Touch and Go (1991 film)

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Touch and Go
Film poster
Traditional 一觸即發
Simplified 一触即发
Mandarin Yī Chù Jí Fā
Cantonese Jat1 Zuk1 Zik1 Faat3
Directed by Ringo Lam
Produced by Nam Yin
Screenplay by Nam Yin
Chau Ting
Starring Sammo Hung
Irene Wan
Wan Yeung-ming
Teresa Mo
Music by Noel Quinlan
Cinematography Ardy Lam
Edited by Chow Tung-nei
Silver Medal Presentations
Born Top Productions
Distributed by Golden Harvest
Release date
16 May 1991 (1991-05-16)
Running time
97 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$4,323,530

Touch and Go, also known as Point of No Return, is a 1991 Hong Kong action thriller film directed by Ringo Lam and starring Sammo Hung.


Police officer Pitt's (Wan Yeung-ming) partner Lau was killed by the triads. The case also involves the seizure of a number of pornographic photos of politicians from an earlier investigation. The murder was witnessed by chef Fat Goose (Sammo Hung), and Pitt forces him to be the eyewitness and have the killer arrested. The killer, Lam Man-fu (Tommy Wong), however, was bailed out by his lawyer Kam Tse-ping (Lam Chung) and Pitt's superior Keung (Lau Kong) also forbids him from interfering with this case. At this time, Fat Goose's house was also torched and was determined to cooperate with Pitt to tackle the triads.


  • Sammo Hung as Fat Goose
  • Irene Wan as May
  • Wan Yeung-ming as Pitt
  • Teresa Mo as Angel
  • Tommy Wong as Lam Man-fu / God of Hell
  • Ann Mui as Lulu
  • Lam Chung as Kam Tse-ping
  • Billy Chow as Ping's kicking thug
  • Lau Kong as Keung Sir
  • Terrence Fok as Fireball
  • Victor Hon as Bau Shing-tze
  • Law Lan as Goose's mother
  • Cheng Siu-ping as Friend of Goose's mother
  • Frankie Ng as Hell's thug with knife
  • Ho Yik-ming
  • Chan Chi-fai as Hell's thug with knife
  • Yan Chung-wai
  • Lee Wah-kon
  • Simon Cheung as Policeman
  • Lee Kwong-tim

Box office[edit]

The film grossed HK$4,323,530 at the Hong Kong box office during its theatrical run from 16 to 22 May 1991 in Hong Kong.

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