Fallen Angels

Released 1995


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Fallen Angels descends straight into the heart of the darkest soul of Hong Kong, trailing the missions of a professional hitman. Wong Chi-ming (Leon Lai) has been in the assassination business for three years, and for him, it's getting old. However, his superior and partner, the elusive Michelle Reis, is interested in keeping him around for more than his killer proficiency; she's secretly in love with him. Unfortunately, Wong is more interested in a fiery-haired woman named Baby. But love will have to wait, as Wong's final assignment will force him deep into the darknesses of both the city and his own soul. Working alongside a mute opportunist, He Zhiwu (Takeshi Kaneshiro), the assassin may survive to the end of the mission, but he must also fight his own disillusionment and despair. Perhaps he will find his new purpose, but it will be a struggle to retain it in the streets of the city that has learned to fear him.

Metacritic Score

  • 75

    Chicago Sun-Times Roger Ebert

    To describe the plot is to miss the point. Fallen Angels takes the materials of the plot -- the characters and what they do -- and assembles them like a photo montage. At the end, ...

  • 60

    The New York Times Stephen Holden

    Fallen Angels certainly abounds in visual pizazz, clever in jokes and trendy pop references, but such things can carry a movie only so far.

  • 60

    Variety Leonard Klady

    Abetted by the piercing images of lenser Christopher Doyle, the picture has a vivid, nightmarish quality that's more inviting than repellent. But the filmmaker mutes the impact by ...

Takeshi Kaneshiro

Takeshi Kaneshiro

He Zhiwu

Karen Mok

Karen Mok


Leon Lai

Leon Lai

Wong Chi-Ming/Killer

Charlie Yeung

Charlie Yeung


Michelle Reis

Michelle Reis

The Killer's Agent

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