無毒不丈夫
Don't Kill Me, Brother! (1981)
Country: Hong Kong
Genre: Crime 
Release Date: 11/12/1981
 
Director
  Stanley Siu Wing
 
Script
  Leung Lap-Yan
  Alan Tang Kwong-Wing
 
Action Directors
  Lau Hok-Nin
  Ang Saan
 
Producer
  Rover Tang Gwong-Chow
 
 
Cast
  Alan Tang Kwong-Wing ... Fan Kwok Ho
  Patrick Lung Kong ... Fan Kwok Ying
  Veronica Lau Man-Yee ... Lai Ling
  Lucia Leung Bik-Ling ... Judy
  Yik Ga    
  Lau Hok-Nin ... Ma Fei
  Danny Law Sek-Ching ... Inspector Lo
  Pak Man-Biu ... Uncle Lung
  Hon Kong (2) ... Chuen
  Wai Lit    
  Law Gwok-Wai    
  Fung Ging-Man ... Uncle Cheung [uncredited]
  Tam Chuen-Hing (2)    
  Chan Ling-Wai ... Ah Wai
  Wong Kwok-Leung (2) ... Ah Leung
  Ling Man-Hoi    
  Wong Kim-Fung ... Ah Fung
  Chan Leung (3)    
  Woh Seung ... Ah Wo
  Leung Suet-Mei (2)    
  Hoh Wan    
  Cheung King-Yip    
 
Production Company
  The Wing-Scope Film Production Ltd.
 
Cinematographer
  Wu Fa-Shen
 
Production Manager
  Ho Wan-Tai
 
Script Supervisor
  Chan Mei-Ling (2)
 
Editor
  Marco Mak Chi-Sin
 
Lighting
  Sung Fu-Gan
 
Costume Designer
  Ching Sau-Chu
 
Makeup
  Cheung Lai-Ying
 
Assistant Director
  Marco Mak Chi-Sin
 
Composer
  Frankie Chan Fan-Kei
  Joseph Koo Ka-Fai
 
Props
  Ho Chieh-Fu
 
 
 
Summary
 

Kwok Ho illegally crosses into HK with his pregnant wife. Lucky to reach HK alive, the couple are denied by his elder brother Kwok Ying, who is cheating Kwok Ho out of half of the inheritance. Ho gets the message - to be successful in HK, use any means possible. Eight years pass, and Ho has become a rich and successful gangster. His motivation, a burning desire to revenge to betrayal of his brother, has only increased over this time. He launches a plan to disgrace Ying and his wife. The plan succeeds, but Ying is a devious bastard, and he strikes back. In the cycle of revenge which follows, things don't go smoothly for either side. And Ho has other problems. Perhaps because of the rough crossing, or because her sister-in-law kicked her during pregnancy, Ho's wife gives birth to a retarded son. Ho is so ashamed that he has the boy kept in an institution. And as the plotting and counter-plotting becomes more intense, more and more people are drawn in, and many lives are either lost or destroyed or both. Get the picture ? Ho is a man whose humanity has been corrupted and twisted by the desire for revenge. Alan Tang plays this complicated and dark character who becomes and even exceeds the horrible people he hates. All in all, a parable of the dark side of success in HK.