Internal Affairs was released in the year 2002, it was released initially in Hong Kong. It is a crime thriller and the title which was in Chinese meant “The lowest level of hell –in Buddhism”. There have been two sequels made of Internal Affairs also. The Internal Affairs is an exceptional piece of filmmaking when it comes to the thrill that it has managed to create. The plots are extremely well designed and keep the audience engaged and busy. The movie has abstained itself from adding any unnecessary scenes which are usually added in the thriller and suspense movies just to fill the space. It also does not have any romantic scenes which are also used as fillers. The main characters of the movie are mostly males and the actors have done a splendid job in their respective roles. They have been able to engage the audiences. Even the actors with the shorter roles have done a fine job and have played their part in making the movie more interesting. The movie has been huge success at the box office. The movie’s success must be credited to the marketing department also, because a lot of hype was created which eventually had contributed in the success of the movie. This movie is a representation of the alternative modernity that was discussed earlier. The movie appealed to the younger section of the audience and was able to make a great deal of concepts. Apart from the story line the story also describes the transcultural and the transnational values that were discussed earlier. Such movies are expected to do well in the future also because of the changes in the demands of the audiences who are the ultimate decision makers.