Held in an L.A. interrogation room, Verbal Kint attempts to convince the feds that a mythic crime lord, Keyser Soze, not only exists, but was also responsible for drawing him and his four partners into a multi-million dollar heist that ended with an explosion in San Pedro harbor – leaving few survivors. Verbal lures his interrogators with an incredible story of the crime lord's almost supernatural prowess.
Doin’ Time with The Usual Suspects gives a look behind the scenes, with special attention for the production of the movie. The special feature also contains interviews with the director and actors and footage of the film.
Set in London, each episode is a self-contained story, starting with a news report, then following the team of three detectives as they investigate the circumstances the crime. The cases themselves are hard-hitting with contemporary themes, such as the search for a soldier with PTSD, a murder that has been made to look like an assisted suicide and the gang rape of a young teenager.
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Suspects in Love is embroiled in a triad murder case. Misconceiving that she has killed someone, Yan hides away from the police and gangsters by reluctantly returning to her long-separated father Cheng Tsun-Cheong (Shek Sau). Cheong opens a Chinese herbal tea shop but the business is failing. Yan drags through the days stressfully until Ng Chung-Ming (Ma Tak Chung) comes into her life. Ming claims to have a secret prescription for making Chinese herbal tea but he is actually an undercover police. By investigating Yan's case, Ming hopes to get promoted and marry his inspector girlfriend Cheung Sz-Man (Sharon Chan) at the end. Ming's supervisor Cheung Sz-Chai (Chan Kwok Bong) used to oppress him a lot and Ming lost confidence at work. However, ever since he met the cheerful Yan, Ming begins to develop his self-esteem and find his life path. His delicate relationship with Yan also starts to grow. Ming's younger brother Ng Chung-Hong (Law Chung Him) meets Yan's younger sister Cheung Siu-Man (Mandy Wong) and love grows spontaneously. However, Yan finds out Ming's identity and she believes that the two brothers are making use of them to carry out an investigation. On the other hand, Ming learns that Yan's cousin, Leung King-Ho (Yuen Shiu Cheung), is released from jail and that he was familiar with a gang leader, so Yan is considered in connection with the case. Their blossoming relationship is thrown into turmoil as they get closer to the truth.