The Accidental Spy is a 2001 Hong Kong martial arts action film, starring Jackie Chan and directed by Teddy Chan. Filming took place in Seoul, Hong Kong, Istanbul and Cappadocia, Turkey. Although it is a Hong Kong film, much of the dialogue is in English, particularly during communications between the Chinese characters and the Korean and Turkish characters. Despite having a fairly serious and dark plot in some parts, it still features some humour, as is typical of Chan's films.
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The Accidental Spy Crew (Movie). assistant art director. Na Young Kim. assistant property master: Korea.
Peter Kam. Original Music Composer.
Spy, however, marks a return to the splashier East-West action-adventure pics that have dotted his career. On every level it’s superior to his last one, the uneven Police Story 4 - First Strike (1996), and shows Chan surrounding himself with a new breed of behind-camera talent. For a start, scripter Ivy Ho’s background is in character-driven dramas, and while Spy never plumbs any psychological depths, it does have more character underpinning than Chan’s previous action vehicles.