There is a Japanese religious terrorist that Chiu does battle with and Hsu Chi shows up as Chiu's old girlfriend who left China after the Tieneman massacre. He condemns her for deserting China during this time. A definite bow from the filmmaker to the authorities. Even politics aside though, this is a dreadful film full of huge holes, terribly staged action sequences (now just how do the terrorists keep missing at 30 yards with a rocket launcher), and at times an incomprehensible plot. There is though a large body count and one decent action scene in a subway station. Hsu Chi does not have much to do except act stupidly, look lovely and end up in the wrong place at the wrong time.
My rating for this film: 5.0