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ICAC Investigator William Luk and JFIU Chief Inspector Lau Po-keung both hit a dead end in their investigation of a bribery case and a money laundering case. In the meantime, William Luk was suspended when model Eva Ng went to Inspector Kenny Ching of ICAC’s Internal Investigation Group L, to file a report against him for accepting a $12M bribe. Lau discovered Luk was set up and whoever framed Luk was connected to his case. He began to suspect the bank manager Thomson Yau was assisting a gangster, Wong Hoi-wo in money laundering activities. When Director Hong Liang of China’s Anti-Corruption & Bribery Bureau (ACBB) provided Lau with important intelligence, it became clear the money laundering activities were connected to a corrupted Vice-Ministerial Level cadre. To clear his name, William Luk put everything on the line…
ICAC Investigator William Luk and JFIU Chief Inspector Lau Po-keung both hit a dead end in their investigation of a bribery case and a money laundering case.
L Storm is a Hong Kong action crime thriller film directed by David Lam. The film is a sequel to the 2016 film, S Storm, starring returning cast members Louis Koo and Julian Cheung, alongside new cast members Kevin Cheng, Stephy Tang, Patrick Tam, Michael Tse and Adam Pak in his debut film role. L Storm is set for theatrical release in Hong Kong on 23 August 2018.
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Independent Commission Against Corruption (Hong Kong) (ICAC) investigator William Luk (Louis Koo) and Joint Financial Intelligence Unit (JFIU) officer Lau Po-keung (Julian Cheung) are respectively investigating a corruption and money laundering case both involving Customs officer Tik Wai-kit (Michael Tse), but are unable to find any clues. At this time, Ching Tak-ming (Kevin Cheng) of ICAC’s L Team (Internal Disciplinary Investigation Team) receives a report from Eva Ng (Stephy Tang), claiming Luk has accepted a bribe of HK$12 million. Unable to provide an explanation, Luk was immediately suspended from his duties.
Lau discovers that Luk was framed which is inextricably linked to the money laundering case he has been investigating. At the same time, Lau also suspects bank director Yau Chi-san (Adam Pak) assisting the mastermind of a criminal organisation, Wong Hoi-wo (Patrick Tam), in money laundering. Chinese Anti-Corruption Bureau Director Hong Liang (Ding Haifeng) arrives in Hong Kong and to provide important intel for Lau, revealing that mainland Chinese corrupt officials are involved in the money laundering case. Luk risks his safety to collect evidence to prove his innocence, but was imprisoned. [wikipedia]