A story that tackles the life experience and mental issues that plague the PTU officers from the perspective of a former undercover cop who returns to the force.
After successfully bringing down the triads, Gao Jiasheng (Raymond Lam) goes back to wearing the police badge and crosses paths with Sergeant He Huiling (Charlene Choi) and Team Leader Liu Jianhui (Alex Fong). The three have their share of misgivings, but learn to build trust and friendship through a series of dangerous missions.Add Synopsis In Spanish
The Police Tactical Unit, an online remake of director Johnnie To's popular thriller franchise, "PTU." If you are a fan of Hong Kong police dramas, the PTU produced by the Chinese online video platform Youku and the Emperor Group of Hong Kong is for you. However, this particular police drama should not be confused with others, as this would be the first time that a program would address the life experience and mental issues afflicting officers of the Police Tactical Unit (OCT). The story depicts the personal lives and missions of members of the unit, a division of the Hong Kong police force that provides an immediate reserve of manpower for use in large-scale emergencies. Led by actor Raymond Lam of Hong Kong, the 30-episode drama also features Suet Lam, who has starred in four PTU films, actresses Charlene Choi and Kingdom Yuen, as well as actors Alex Fong and Patrick Tam. , some scenes are brilliant, the use of hard light and the almost ubiquitous shadow work well, effectively capturing the mood of the underworld. There is real art here, and that is why the rhythm often seems to be a bit slow; the scenes look so good that the camera stays in them for a long time, causing progress problems in some sections. However, it works well in terms of suspense as the film nears its inevitably violent conclusion. Although it suffers from rhythm and punctuation problems, the PTU style and the sense of tragic irony are enough to make the viewing enjoyable, though not essential.