San qiang pai an jing qi (A Woman A Gun And A Noodle Shop AKA The First Gun)


on catching infidelity.

- Yes.

- Are any of them guilty?

Can you tell?

It's hard to say.

The both of you look suspicious.

Officer, I'm innocent.

He's been chasing me,

but I'm not interested.

I bet you two are hiding something.

Officer, you are funny.

I wouldn't have the guts to....

- Zhang!

- Sir!

You are the best detective

among us.

What do you think?

I'd have to investigate.

Look at you,

scaring yourself to death.

We can't break the law.

What's the big deal?

Everything is fine.

I've been so worried.

I can't take it anymore.

How will we handle the gossip

if others find out?

Nobody dies from gossip.

- It's our life. Let others talk.

- Lower your voice.

Didn't you see those prisoners?

So young, and good-looking.

Have probably had an easy life.

Now it's over for them.

We can't be like them,

we have to live well.

Want to leave me?

I'm telling you, not a chance!

It's been 10 years

since I bought you.

You cost me three Guan

and 800 Wen.

Your womb is like a piece of junk.

It won't lay any eggs.

Can't bear me a son...

...and you won't act out a scene

as my son.

I don't ask much.

You bought a gun.

Where did you get the money?

It's none of your business.

It's my own money.

Why did you buy it?

I am telling you, Wang.

This will be the last time

you abuse me like this.

Are you going to shoot me?

I'll show you who's boss.

What's so urgent?

Coming in this late.

Your wife and Li...

...are having an affair.

- For how long?

- I want money.

How long?

It's been a while.

- Where?

- At Southern Hill, in the carriage.

ln the carriage?

How dare they do it in my carriage!

Li, that son of a bitch!

He came here to be an intern.

What did he learn?

He learned how to steal my woman!

You should send him to jail.

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