Firestorm is a Hong Kong action film written and directed by Alan Yuen and released in 2013 in Asia. The film is converted to 3D in post-production, making it Hong Kong's first 3D crime action film1.
It totals 56,382,533 US $ 2.3 for a budget of 20 million US $
As a storm heads for Hong Kong, a group of seasoned criminals led by the notorious Cao Nam (Hu Jun), armed with powerful weapons, carry out yet another attack on an armored van in broad daylight and on a street. crowded. Anyone in their path is eliminated, bringing the police into disrepute.
Veteran Police Inspector Lui Ming-chit (Andy Lau) follows in Nam and his little group's footsteps to end this murderous madness. But he quickly comes up against cruel reality when he realizes that usual police tactics are powerless to get these criminals behind bars. Extreme crime demands extreme justice, even if it means going over the moral line. To Shing-bong (Gordon Lam), an ex-convict eager to put his past behind him, offers himself as an informant in exchange for a fresh start with his girlfriend Yin Bing
Andy Lau: Inspector Lui Ming-chit
Yao Chen: Law Yin-bing
Gordon Lam: To Shing-bong
Hu Jun: Cao Nam
Ray Lui: Paco
Philip Keung: Tong Keung
Kenny Wong: Sergeant Chiu Kin-kwok