|Mandarin||Tè Shū Shēn Fèn|
|Cantonese||Dak6 Syu4 San1 Fan2|
|Directed by||Clarence Fok|
|Written by||Clarence Fok|
|Music by||Dou Peng|
|Edited by||Cheung Ka-fai|
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Xi'an Suobao Film & TV Culture Communication
Xi'an Longnian Film & TV Culture Communication
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Beijing Tianhuan International Culture Communication
Eastern New Vision Film & TV Culture
Yen takes on the role of Dragon Chan, a Hong Kong undercover police officer deep within the ranks of one of China’s most ruthless underworld gangs. The leader of the gang, Hung (Collin Chou), has made it his priority to weed out the government infiltrators in his midst. Struggling to keep his family together and his identity concealed, Chan is torn between two worlds.
Upping the stakes, as Chan’s undercover comrades are being dealt with, one by one, Chan fears his days are numbered. Now, he must risk everything to take down the organization and reclaim the life he lost when he took on this perilous assignment. As the action mounts, Chan must do everything he can to protect the SPECIAL IDENTITY he wishes he never had before it’s too late.
- Donnie Yen as Dragon Chan
- Jing Tian as Fang Jing
- Andy On as Sunny
- Zhang Hanyu as Blade
- Ronald Cheng as Captain Cheung
- Collin Chou as Hung
- Paw Hee-ching as Sister Amy, Chan's mother
- Yang Zhigang as Captain Lei Peng
- Rain Lau as Mary
- Ken Lo as Brother Bao
- Frankie Ng as Mahjong player
- Qi Daji
- Terence Yin as Sunny's assistant
- Evergreen Mak Cheung-ching as Brother Kun
Andrew Chan of the Film Critics Circle of Australia writes, "The good news is that “Special ID” remains largely entertaining for most of the duration, but in many ways it remains a huge pile of mess."
|33rd Hong Kong Film Awards||Best Action Choreography||Donnie Yen||Nominated|
- Elley, Derek (January 22, 2014). "Special ID". Film Business Asia. Archived from the original on March 18, 2015. Retrieved April 22, 2014.
- Catsoulis, Jeanette (March 6, 2014). "Danger Undercover". New York Times. Retrieved April 22, 2014.
Less so the rest of the cast, whose subtitled mix of Cantonese, Mandarin and English flies before our eyes so rapidly that Western audiences will have a hard time keeping up.
- "SPECIAL ID". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved 2014-04-25.
- "Special ID (2014): Reviews". Metacritic. CNET Networks, Inc. Retrieved May 3, 2014.
- Andrew Chan (20 October 2013). "Special ID". [HK Neo Reviews].