The Chinese title “Three People Walking” is lifted from Confucius’ “Analects”: “Among three individuals strolling’s, will undoubtedly be an instructor,” the portion being, you can take in something from anybody. As per Yau, the film addresses the adage by showing how those focused all alone reliability won’t take in their lesson. Despite the fact that hubris has been the leitmotif in quite a bit of To’s oeuvre, the suggestions are a shade darker when the three heroes’ livelihoods permit them to use control over the life and demise of others. In this way, the film brags a socially cognizant center reminiscent of “Existence Without Principle.”
In spite of the fact that Hong Kong’s social insurance has generally been viewed as respectable by universal principles, with the enormous populace it serves, bothered by the inundation of going by territory patients, there has been no lack of therapeutic outrages.