I Corrupt All Cops

I Corrupt All Cops
Directed by Wong Jing
Produced by Cheung Hong Tat
Wong Jing
Zhang Hao
Written by Wong Jing
Starring Tony Leung Ka-fai
Anthony Wong
Eason Chan
Bowie Lam
Music by Raymond Wong
Cinematography Keung Kwok Man
Ng King Man
Edited by Li Kar Wing
Distributed by Mega-Vision Pictures (MVP)
Release dates
  • 30 April 2009 (2009-04-30)
Running time
107 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

I Corrupt All Cops (simplified Chinese: 金钱帝国; traditional Chinese: 金錢帝國 is an 2009 Hong Kong crime drama film directed by Wong Jing. The English initials of the film spells out I.C.A.C.


During the time Hong Kong was under British rule, there was a dark age when corruption and bribery were the order of the day. Chinese Chief Inspector Lak (Tony Leung Ka-fai) together with his gang, Unicorn (Anthony Wong), Gale (Eason Chan) and Gold (Wong Jing) laundered massive sums thereby making Hong Kong an empire of graft. Whenever they failed to apprehend the felons, Unicorn would get innocent victims, like Bong (Alex Fong), to admit to the crimes.

Gale had nine "wives"; all of them were actually mistresses of other constables. Only Lily (Kate Tsui) was loyal to him, but Gale was fascinated by the female drug lord, Rose (Liu Yang). Lak was found having an affair with Unicorn's mistress (Natalie Meng Yao). Unicorn beat up Lak and was demoted to stand guard at a reservoir.

In the early 1970s, the Governor of Hong Kong decided to clean up the police force. The ICAC was established, whose operation branch was headed by Yim (Bowie Lam). Bong and Unicorn also joined the ICAC. Despite threats of violence and intimidation, they managed to bring about the downfall of the empire of graft.



I Corrupt All Cops was released in Hong Kong theaters on 30 April 2009.[1] The U.S DVD edition of the film was released on 13 November 2009.[2] Special features included are trailers, making of and deleted scenes.


  1. "I Corrupt All Cops Theater Release" (in Chinese). Retrieved 2010-01-24.
  2. "I Corrupt All Cops (DVD) (US Version)". Retrieved 2010-01-24.

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