|english title||A Better Tomorrow 2|
|french title||Le Syndicat du Crime 2|
|director||John WOO Yu-Sen - 吳宇森|
|actor||CHOW Yun-Fat - 周潤發|
|TI Lung - 狄龍|
|Leslie CHEUNG Kwok-Wing - 張國榮|
|Regina KENT Wai-Chan - 簡慧珍|
|SHING Fui-On - 成奎安|
|Tony LEUNG Ka-Fai - 梁家輝|
|Maggie CHEUNG Hoh-Yee - 張可頤|
|Anita MUI Yim-Fong - 梅艷芳|
|Peter WONG Jing-Fong|
|NG Man-Tat - 吳猛達|
|Dean SHEK Tin - 石天|
|Cindy LAU Chin Dai|
|Emily CHU Bao Yee|
|Kenneth TSANG Kong - 曾江|
|producer||TSUI Hark - 徐克|
|action director||Tony CHING Siu-Tung - 程少東|
|Bobby WOO Chi-Lung|
|composer||Joseph KOO Ka-Fai|
|scriptwriter||TSUI Hark - 徐克|
|John WOO Yu-Sen - 吳宇森|
|production studio||Film Workshop|
A Better Tomorrow II puts people back in familiar John Woo (Face/Off and Mission: Impossible II) territory - a world of blazing guns, explosive action, superb hi-octane choreography and the supercool Chow Yun-fat (The Replacement Killer and Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon) in his trademark of trenchcoat and Rayban.
The sequel sees Tse-ho (Ti Lung, Blood Brothers) working together with brother Tse-kit (Leslie Cheung, Farewell To My Concubine) to help the police break a counterfeit syndicate.
Their investigation lead them to the Lung Shipyard where they discover Lung (Dean Shek) is in danger of being killed by his employee, Ko, who is masterminding the counterfeit operations. They send Lung to a former assassin-turned-restaurant-owner Ken (Chow Yun-fat) in New York.
Everything boils to a fiery climax when Ken brings Lung home to Hong Kong to face off with Ko, with the help of Ho and Kit.