While working at his mother's street stall, a high school student is bullied by triad hooligans and saved by his friend who is the member of a rival triad gang. Determined not to be bullied again he joins his two friends as a member of the triad. The three of them gradually work their way up through the ranks of the triad to become established members and instrumental in helping the triad adapt to changes in Hong Kong. Unfortunately the three of them become involved in factional infighting when a new leader for the triad is chosen.

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Directed by

Daniel Yee Heng Chan

Country Of Origin

Hong Kong



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“'Triad' succeeds in serving up the kind of action and hard-boiled fun which fans of the form haven’t seen for some time.”

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