Twins Mission

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Twins Mission
Hong Kong film poster
Directed by Kong Tao-Hoi
Produced by Tsui Siu-Ming
Amy Li
Written by Fong-Sai Keung
Tsui Siu-Ming
Starring Charlene Choi
Gillian Chung
Sammo Hung
Cinematography Ko Chiu-Lam
Edited by Wong Wing-Ming
Distributed by Sundream Motion Pictures
Emperor Motion Picture Group
Release date
  • 15 February 2007 (2007-02-15)
Running time
99 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Twins Mission (traditional Chinese: 雙子神偸; simplified Chinese: 双子神偷) is a 2007 Hong Kong martial arts-action-comedy film directed by action choreographer Kong Tao-Hoi and starring Sammo Hung, Gillian Chung, Charlene Choi and Wu Jing among others. The film is a bit of a spoof of the popularity and success of the Twins and leaves the audience with a cliffhanger ending.


An evil gang of twins hold up a train to steal a magical Tibetan artifact, the Heaven's Bead from 3 dalai lamas. This artifact has healing powers and is a highly desirable item. A battle ensues and the artifact is knocked from the hands of a parachuting villain into the bag of an unsuspecting passerby.

The passerby, oblivious, gets into his van and heads to Hong Kong. This is where the other set of twins come in; they are aided by the twin Laus and Uncle Luck as they try to get the Heaven's Bead back.

A secret mission takes place, in which the good twins infiltrate a high rise building in order to recover the item. Although they initially succeed, the artifact is then passed to the wrong twin. Happy, Lilian's sister, who is suffering from cancer is also kidnapped and held prisoner in the high-rise building.

The good twins eventually recover the Heaven's Bead and lose it again while rescuing Happy. The villains get away with the Heaven's Bead.


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