Returning in the second kinetic outing in the series, Chan Ho Nam has become a branch leader within the Hung Hing society, celebrating by launching his first club with childhood sweetheart, Smartie, into the Ambivalent festivities of a flouring triad society, Taiwanese figure-head Liu King arrives to form an uneasy alliance with the Hung Hing society, and in tow comes with him his Japanese mistress, Ting Siu Yiu, with whom 'chicken' has become entangled with whilst on the run in Taiwan. A power struggle erupts that threatens to rip the fabric of the Hung Hing society asunder and, if played properly leave Chan and his followers eliminated....With the comic-strip panelling, and day-go art direction of the first film, director Andrew Lau crafts in this sequel an altogether faster paced and punchier serving of action cinema. Again stripping the dynamic Ekin Cheng and this time out top lining a scene stealing performance by the insanely talented Jordan Chan as 'Chicken' Cheiu. 'Young & Dangerous 2' is more than anyone could wish for in a sequel. Featuring a catchy rock scene, with songs by both Cheng and Chan, and an over the top cameo by 'Bunman' himself, award winning actor Anthony Wong, as Chan's triad rival, the sleazy Tai Fai.