The film Yellow War is about police officers from Ouyang, Hong Kong, who learn about the history of pornographic gangs. Through rigorous investigation, police will finally dismantle prostitution gangs, women trafficking organizations, and websites.
"Yellow War" is one of the most intricate investigative documentaries; the network of pornographic traffic depicted in the story is intricate, and the narrative does an excellent job of describing it. The film is so good that the facts and the guilty are revealed just before the finale. The cinematography is superb, conjuring up the ideal underground scene of depravity. The goal of the film is not to appeal to the sexual side; rather, it is to show the spectator what goes on behind the scenes of people who appear to be ordinary or a basic street gang but are actually part of a complex network of pornography. The soundtrack is also excellent, adding to the film's authenticity. It is unclear how much the cast could have afforded the luxury of additional acting, but it is a minor point.