My Father Is a Hero
My Father Is a Hero (, released in the United States as The Enforcer and Jet Li's The Enforcer) is a 1995 Hong Kong action film starring Jet Li and the late superstar Anita Mui, directed by Corey Yuen, who also co-stars in the film. The film was released in Hong Kong on 2 March 1995.
Kung Wei, a police officer of the People's Republic of China, is assigned to spy on a group of Hong Kong terrorists. Despite his worries about his sick wife, who suffered severe asthma, and his eight-year-old son Ku Kung, a martial arts student, Wei's duty interferes with his familial relationship.
|author||Sandy Shaw Wong Jing|
|keywords||arms deal asthma attack attempted suicide beeper beijing breathe choke dump father and son gang leader gang member lose mobile phone pager people's republic of china police officer shoot speed boat suspect tick tonfa true identity wound|
|musicBy||Mark Lau Wong Jim|
|producer||Tiffany Chen Wong Jing|
|theme||kung fu martial arts|