Fulltime Killer

Fulltime Killer is a 2001 Hong Kong action drama film co-produced and directed by Johnnie To and Wai Ka-Fai.

Also known as:
Full Time Hitman (Hong Kong: English title) (working title)
Fulltime Killer (Hong Kong: English title)
Quan zhi sha shou (Hong Kong: Mandarin title)
You & I (Hong Kong: English title) (working title)
Full-Time Employment Murderer (Hong Kong: English title) (literal English title)


Based on a book by Hong Kong filmmaker Edmond Pang Ho-Cheung, Fulltime Killer protagonist O is a hitman being challenged by new hotshot Tok. O has lived a life of seclusion as the number one hitman in Asia. The woman living at his contact address is captured after O foils a set-up by his boss. He then goes on the run whilst trying to fend off his adversary. The last part of the movie focuses on an Interpol detective's attempt to write the story of Tok and O.


  • The movie-enthusiast Tok acknowledges the similarity of the film's premise to that of Assassins.
  • The film has two endings. The normal one that appeared in theaters and the special ending for Malaysia where O and Chin end up being caught by police. This was supposedly done as per special request to show that "Crime doesn't Pay".


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