The Last Blood

The Last Blood

Film poster
Traditional 驚天十二小時
Simplified 惊天十二小时
Mandarin Jīng Tiān Shí Èr Xiǎo Shí
Cantonese Ging1 Tin1 Sap6 Ji6 Siu2 Si4
Directed by Wong Jing
Produced by Eric Tsang
Wallace Cheung
Screenplay by Wong Jing
Starring Alan Tam
Andy Lau
Eric Tsang
Bryan Leung
May Lo
Natalis Chan
Music by Tats Lau
Patrick Lau
Choi Hon-tuen
Cinematography Jingle Ma
David Choi
Edited by Cheung Kwok-kuen
Movie Impact
Distributed by San Bo Film Distributions
Release dates
14 March 1991 (1991-03-14)
Running time
94 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$13,984,574

The Last Blood is a 1991 Hong Kong action film directed by Wong Jing and starring Alan Tam, Andy Lau, Eric Tsang and Bryan Leung. The film was released in the UK as Hard Boiled 2, although the film was made a year before John Woo's Hard Boiled and is otherwise unrelated to that film.


On the 25th Singapore National Day, the Daka Lama visits Singapore for an interview. However the Japanese Red Army terrorist group stages an ambush at Changi Airport and the religious leader is seriously injured. Big B, a vacationing triad member from Hong Kong, is also caught up in the attack and his girlfriend is also shot in the incident. Both are admitted to the same hospital and it is discovered that they both have the same type of rare blood type of which only three people have in the whole of Singapore.

Big B and the police quickly search for the three donors. However, the Japanese Red Army soon kill the first two, leaving Big B to find and protect the final donor, a lowlife named Fatty who is reluctant to help either the gangster or the police.


Box office

The film grossed HK$13,984,574 at the Hong Kong box office during its theatrical run from 14 to 29 March 1991 in Hong Kong.

See also

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