DISC ONE: Infernal Affairs 1
Andrew Lau's best film to date and the inspiration for the Martin Scorsese films The Departed. The story deals with Tony Leung and Andy Lau's working undercover: a policeman posing as a gangster, and a gangster posing as a policeman. The biggest hit in Hong Kong in 2002, praised as one of the best Hong Kong films of recent years.
DISC TWO: Infernal Affairs 2
The assassination of Triad kingpin Kwun in 1991 unleashes a power struggle among other Triad bosses. While they are all geared up to make the first move should the Kwun's family collapse into chaos, Sam (Eric Tsang) remains
the only loyalist. Meanwhile, the police under the command of Inspectors Wong (Anthony Wong) and SP Luk (Hu Jun) have been placed on the highest alert. A bloodbath is bounded to take place.
DISC THREE: Infernal Affairs 3
In 2004, 10 months after the murder of Yan (Tony Leung), Ming (Andy Lau) is transferred to do the office work. Meanwhile, a new star Wing (Leon Lai) has emerged in the police force. Ming suspects he is also a mole sent by the triad. Three years ago, Yan's first big mission was to build up a smuggling network with Shen (Chen Daoming), a mysterious businessman from China. Actually, Yan's big brother Sam (Eric Tsang) wants to place Yan in danger. SP Wong (Anthony Wong) realizes that Yan was out of control and forces him to see psychologist Dr Lee (Kelly Chen). Yan gradually develops a special friendship with her
DISC THREE: SPECIAL FEATURES