The movie starts off with an actual footage from a public incident, narrated with a cinematic twist. But slowly the story gets deviated into not-so trivial plots.
The highlights in this movie: Cinematography was good; fight sequences were done well; the introduction for the heroine was impressive, their romance depicted differently (unlike the usual) and the comedy between the couple was especially given a new treatment. But, the hero's characterization is vague, so it is unclear why this incident angers him.
It takes guts to make a movie around a strong public incident, but I wonder why the director did not dwell into the actual reason.