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Martin Scorsese transports the plotline of 'Infernal Affairs' from the rooftops of Hong Kong to the streets of Boston. The story of an undercover police officer who infiltrates a triad while a criminal who spies as a mole in the police force, is a foolproof template for Scorsese’s extensive examination of masculinity within corrupted systems.Billy Costigan (Leonardo DiCaprio), struggling with his double identity while working undercover, gathers evidence to dismantle the organised crime syndicate headed by Frank Costello (Jack Nicholson). Meanwhile, Colin Sullivan (Matt Damon) is enjoying life as a rising star in the police force, but his real identity as Costello’s spy is catching up on him. Living in fear, Costigan and Sullivan are set on a collision course. 'The Departed' is not merely a remake of the Hong Kong crime drama, but a dedicated character study featuring career-best performances by an ensemble of Hollywood powerhouse actors.The screening on 25 January will be followed by a post-screening talk in Cantonese with 'Infernal Affairs' scriptwriter Felix Chong (TBC), and critic and scriptwriter Keeto Lam. They will speak about the adaptation of 'The Departed' from the original screenplay of 'Infernal Affairs'. The talk will be moderated by M+ Curator of Hong Kong Film and Media Li Cheuk-to.

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