The year is 1997. The place is Hong Kong on the eve of the Red Chinese takeover of the colony. The unsurprisingly titled HONG KONG '97 features more shoot-outs than any other 90s macho wish-fulfillment flick this side of Taiwan. That's all you need to know.
Snaking through a crowded Hong Kong nitery, a tuxedoed assassin, Reginald Cameron (Robert Patrick), pumps lead into three Communist notables, including the Envoy, General Woo (Nonong Talbo). That evening, while the media warn of reprisals from the People's Republic, Reggie stays cool when his
lovemaking with girlfriend Li (Selena Mangh) is interrupted by massive retaliatory gunfire. Is it the Commies or the...