The Special Duties Unit (SDU) is an elite paramilitary tactical unit of the Hong Kong Police Force and is considered one of the world's finest in its role. But being the best carries its own burdens. Like everyone else, they go through troubles with love, with family, and with their jobs. And sometimes they get horny.
This touching story is about Special Duties Unit Team B and their trip to Macau fora weekend of unadulterated debauchery.
Cast & Credits
The film is premised primarily on the narrative and sexual exploits of a four-member SDU team in Macao over two nights. For the uninitiated, the acronym SDU refers to the territory's elite paramilitary tactical unit, think the equivalent of the United States SWAT or Singapore's own STAR.
Although it seems fun is not, it is far from the spirit or the intention to make you laugh. There are no heroes to be found here; Instead, the team we see is team B unequivocal, otherwise recognized as the "black sheep" of the Unit.
With simple dialogues, Pang's regular acting, Luk Yee Sum, establishes the other members as the US-educated furious shooter Josh (Shawn Yue) who uses three syllables to say "nipple" in English versus one to do the same in Mandarin; The randy point man, Ka Ho (Matt Chow), who first suggests that the quartet head to Macau for some time of pleasure; And shy dry shrimp (Derek Tsang) whose nickname was acquired since the moment his companions found him curled up on the ground after confronting a notorious Tao criminal. None of them are heroic material, and none of them will be after the night is over.
The cinematography and soundtrack are total sloppiness, a better arrangement a composerly of cameras could enhance the image of the already spotted black comedy.
In general, "SDU: Sex Duties Unit" is coarse, vulgar, politically incorrect and perhaps even offensive to some; But those are the reasons why we suspect that many will find this fun fun. Not anymore.