Reviewed by: Sydneyguy
Summary: I agree with interviewer below
I have not seen the teahousemyself but this movie felt like a mini series all put into a movie. So many subjects pop up in this movie like rape, forgiveness, justice but they do nto combine well together. The rape which leads to a suicide and how the deal with the perpetrators is a joke!! the ending though is good and you just hope that someday thigns like that will really happen in the world
Reviewed by: mpongpun
This flick is the direct sequel to The Teahouse. If you recall, Wang Cheng (Chen Kuan Tai) and his wife (Karen Yip) leave the Teahouse to hopefully find some peace and quiet in the New Territories. Life in the country comes to a halt as the folks at the Teahouse beg for Big Brother Cheng to return and help them sort out some sticky situations that has arisen since he moved out. Seeing that the law punishes the innocent and sides with the bad guys, Boss Cheng decides that he will take matters into his own hands and administer justice himself. That means no more rapes, drugs, underground casinos, thieves, and cheats. Boss Chengs heavy handed dealing with the bad guys makes him a hero to some, but to the Hong Kong Police, Chengs vigilantism goes way across the legal lines. Eventually, Boss Cheng feels defeat as one of his adversaries, Prince Ji, is released from jail and proceeds to make life uneasy for Cheng, his family and friends. Cheng, not willing to let the bad guys off the hook, fights back and deals the bad guys his own brand of justice. Excellent follow up to The Teahouse and make sure you watch out for the little twist at the end.