Synopsis: Told in three 30-minute segments, three friends seek out the buried treasure of a mysterious stranger.
Genre: Action, Drama
Production: Magnet Releasing/Magnolia Pictures
  2 wins & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
93 min

you haven't brought us a driver...

you'll end up in a wheelchair.


Take care.

"Chan Fok Shui..."

"was hospitalized 4 months ago

for a serious illness."

"Last night around 10 PM,"

"he left the hospital on his own"

"and was found dead at home"

"at 5 AM this morning."

"The cause of death is not suspicious."

"Chan Fok Shui owns a construction business..."

The guy we met...

Chan Fok Shui.

No wonder he didn't answer our calls.

He was dead.

You called him?

So what?

Where's the gold coin?

Let me see.

He had a website.

He's here.


My husband.

Maybe the password's his name...

The password...

Honey... why are you here?

Do you meet May here?

Don't deny it!

I checked your messages!

May is my best friend!


I've given you the option.

Up to you to decide if you're interested.

The Legislative Council?

Women's restroom, first floor.

What Chan wanted us to find

is underneath.

What's in the chest?

Women's restroom?

How do we get in the building?

Follow his map.

A public passageway runs along the building.

There's a door to the water control room.

There are fountains outside.

The pipes are connected.

From the control room,

you follow the pipe to the basement.

When they built the subway,

the building was damaged, then renovated.

Chan was one of the construction workers.

That must be when he found the chest.

The Legislative Council.

Worse than a bank

Come over here.

A snitch told us 3 mainlanders

are planning a heist.

See if you get any leads.

Yes, sir!


Sam wants out?

See me tomorrow.

We'll talk then.

I can't convince him. Sam's got cold feet.

He wants out?

Remember what I paid you?

We have a new job.

There's a place with a hidden chest...

He's going to steal it.

Steal what?

What's bigger than the jewelry store?

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