肝膽相照
Sworn Brothers (1987)
Word by Word: Liver Gall-Bladder Mutual Obligation
Country: Hong Kong
Genre: Crime 
Theatrical Run: 03/12/1987 - 04/02/1987
Box Office: HK $8,480,443.00
 
Director
  David Lai Dai-Wai
 
Script
  David Lai Dai-Wai
  Manfred Wong Man-Chun
 
Action Director
  Sammo Hung Stuntmen's Association
 
Producer
  Sammo Hung Kam-Bo
 
 
Cast
  Andy Lau Tak-Wah ... Lam Ting Yat
  Cheung Kwok-Keung (1) ... Insp Kuo
  Peter Yang Kwan ... Yang Tung Hai
  Bill Tung Biu ... Uncle Pao
  Siu Hung-Mui ... Peggy / Wen-Wen
  Eddy Ko Hung ... Div Comdr Chan Chung Hon
  Chin Ka-Lok ... Ga Lo
  Fung Yuen-Chi ... Mr Feng
  Wong Chi-Keung (5) ... Fat Kao Wei
  Tony Au Ting-Ping ... Doctor
  Pauline Wong Yuk-Wan ... Yang Li Chui
  Wan Doh-Ming    
  Ka Lee ... Chen Guo
  Baan Yun-Sang ... Wakio's man
  Shum Lo ... Chui's father-in-law
  Gan Tat-Wa ... Sgt. Shih / Portuguese
  Lui Tat    
  Simon Cheung Yuk-San    
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (6) ... Policeman
  Cheung Yuen-Wa ... Peggy's colleague
  Yu Kwok-Lok ... Wakio's man
  Ng Kwok-Kin ... Policeman
  Chow Gam-Kong ... Yang's thug
  Fei Pak ... Policeman
  Chui Fat ... Thug
  Yuen Tak ... Thug
  Paul Fonoroff ... Man at court [extra]
  Lee Wah-Kon ... [Extra]
  Cheung Wing-Cheung (2) ... [Extra]
  Jackson Ng Yuk-Sue ... [Extra]
 
Filming Company
  Golden Harvest Productions
 
Production Manager
  Jessica Chan Pooi-Wa
  Rosita Wong Siu-King
 
Sound Recordist
  Chow Shao-Lung
 
Art Director
  Tony Au Ting-Ping
 
Script Supervisor
  Daniel Yu Wai-Kwok
 
Lighting
  Wong Chi-Wa
  Wong Bo-Man (2)
 
Planning
  Clarence Yip Wai-Chung
  Peter Chan Hoh-San
  Eric Tsang Chi-Wai
  Wallace Cheung Kwok-Chung
 
Makeup
  Poon Man-Wa
 
Props
  Lee Wai-Kuen (1)
 
Cinematographer
  Raymond Lam Fai-Taai
  Ardy Lam Gwok-Wah
 
Editor
  Peter Cheung Yiu-Chung
 
Presenter
  Anthony Chow Deng-Au
 
Assistant Director
  Daniel Yu Wai-Kwok
 
Composer
  Chris Babida
  Sherman Chow Gam-Cheung
 
 
 
Summary
 

A tough, violent look inside today's Hong Kong underworld, Sworn Brothers is the dramatic, tragic story of two men brought up closer than most brothers. Now they find they stand on different sides of the law. Lau has just returned to his job with the Royal Hong Kong Police after a period of special training with Scotland Yard, while Cheung is a fast-rising 'enforcer' in the underworld. In the end, justice (if not the law) prevails along with the idea that, while blood may be thicker than water, real friendship might prevail over genealogy. [Rim Films Catalog]