英雄本色
A Better Tomorrow (1986)
Literal Translation: True Colors of a Hero
Country: Hong Kong
Genre: "Bullet Ballet" 
Theatrical Run: 08/02/1986 - 10/01/1986
Box Office: HK $34,651,324.00
 
Director
  John Woo
 
Script
  Chan Hing-Kar
  John Woo
  Leung Suk-Wah
 
Action Directors
  Blacky Ko Sau-Leung
  Stephen Tung Wai
 
Producer
  Tsui Hark
 
 
Cast
  Ti Lung ... Sung Ji Ho
  Chow Yun-Fat ... Mark Gor / Mark Lee
  Leslie Cheung Kwok-Wing ... A Git
  Emily Chu Bo-Yee ... Jackie
  Waise Lee Chi-Hung ... Daai Goh Shing
  Tien Feng ... Ho and Kit's Father
  John Woo ... Taiwanese Investigator
  Sek Yin-Tsi ... Mr Yiu
  Kenneth Tsang Kong ... Ken
  Shing Fui-On ... Shing's bodyguard
  Wang Hsieh ... Boss Wang
  Leung Ming (1) ... Uncle Chan
  Chan Chi-Fai ... Boss Wang's nephew
  Kam Hing-Yin ... Kit's Supervisor
  Tsui Hark ... Music judge [cameo]
  Pierre Tremblay ... Interpol officer
  To Wai-Wo ... Taiwan gangster killed in the restaurant
  Lau Shung-Fung ... Taiwan gangster killed in the restaurant
  Pan Yung-Sheng ... Taiwan gangster
  Shing Fu-On ... Shing's bodyguard
  Hung San-Nam ... Shing's bodyguard
  Yeung Sai-Gwan ... Shing's gangster
  Wong Wai-Tong ... Shing's gangster
  Chu Tak-Wai ... Shing's gangster
  Chang Seng-Kwong ... Taiwan gangster
  Chan Ming-Wai ... Shing's gangster
  Lam Foo-Wai ... Taiwan gangster
  Cheung Wing-Hon ... Shing's gangster
  Ma Hon-Yuen ... Man in brawl [extra]
  Mak Wai-Cheung ... Man in brawl [extra]
 
Production Company
  Cinema City Company Limited
 
Filming Company
  Film Workshop
 
Production Manager
  Wan Ga-Man
  Tony Chow Kwok-Chung
  Ng Yue-Gon
 
Sound Recordist
  Cinema City Recording Studio
 
Art Director
  Benny Lui Chi-Leung
  Tai Chan-Ching
 
Script Supervisor
  Chow Wing-Duen
 
Lighting
  Chik Kim-Kit
 
Makeup
  Ko Siu-Ping (1)
 
Props
  Shing Fu-On
 
Cinematographer
  Horace Wong Wing-Hang
 
Editor
  Kam Ma
 
Costume Designer
  Bruce Yu Ka-On
  Yeung Gam-Jan
 
Assistant Director
  Patrick Leung Pak-Kin
  William Leung Chi-Ming
 
Composer
  Joseph Koo Ka-Fai
  David Wu Dai-Wai (1)
 
 
 
Summary
 

Remake of Story of a Discharged Prisoner (1967). A rousing melodrama centered around an aging gangster torn apart by loyalty to his kid brother, a rookie cop; and his life-long pal, a swaggering hitman. Director John Woo's love affair with automatic weapons fully blossomed in this awesome thriller. [from the Rim Films Catalog]