Big Bullet

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Big Bullet
Big-bullet-poster.jpg
Hong Kong poster for Big Bullet
Directed by Benny Chan
Produced by Benny Chan
Written by Joe Ma
Susan Chan
Benny Chan
Starring Lau Ching-wan
Jordan Chan
Theresa Lee
Cheung Tat-ming
Francis Ng
Anthony Wong
Yu Rongguang
Lam Sheung Yee
Music by Clarence Hui
Peter Kam
Cinematography Arthur Wong
Edited by Cheung Ka-fai
Peter Cheung
Production
company
Distributed by Golden Harvest
Release dates
  • 26 July 1996 (1996-07-26)
Running time
90 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$9,771,575

Big Bullet (Chinese: 衝鋒隊怒火街頭; pinyin: Chong feng dui nu huo jie tou) is a 1996 Hong Kong action film directed, produced and co-written by Benny Chan. The film won awards for film editing at the 1996 Golden Horse Film Festival and the 16th Hong Kong Film Awards.

Plot[edit]

After assaulting his tactical commander during a raid gone sour, a dedicated but temperamental cop Sergeant Bill Chu is demoted to the Emergency Unit, long considered to be the police force's dumping ground for problem cops.

Release[edit]

Big Bullet was released in Hong Kong on 26 July 1996. It grossed a total of HK$9,771,575.[1] At the [16th [Hong Kong Film Awards]], Big Bullet was nominated for seven awards: Best Film, Best Director (Benny Chan), Best Actor (Lau Ching-wan), Best Supporting Actor (Jordan Chan), Best Supporting Actress (Theresa Lee), Best Cinematography (Arthur Wong), Best Action Choreography (Ma Yuk-sing) and Best Original Music (Peter Kam). Peter Cheung and Cheung Ka-fai won the Best Editing award for their work on Big Bullet.[2]

At the 1996 Golden Horse Film Festival, Big Bullet was nominated for Best Action Choreography (Ma Yuk-sing) and won the award for Best Film Editing (Peter Cheung and Cheung Ka-fai).[3]

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