->''["Fallen Angels"] is kind of exhausting and kind of exhilarating. It will appeal to the kinds of people you see in the Japanese animation section of the video store, with their sleeves cut off so you can see their tattoos. And to those who subscribe to more than three film magazines. And to members of garage bands. And to art students. It's not for your average moviegoers--unless of course, they want to see something new.''
-->-- '''Creator/RogerEbert'''

''Fallen Angels'' (墮落天使) is a film by Creator/WongKarWai released in 1995, and something in-between a sequel and a companion film for ''Film/ChungkingExpress''. Like the latter film, its plot (a jaded [[ProfessionalKiller hitman]] in a complicated relationship with his female manager agrees to OneLastJob) is incidental; the real point of the film is to depict UsefulNotes/HongKong as Wong perceives it, a cramped urban nightscape of bright lights and frantic movement.

!!Contains examples of:

* AlwaysNight: All of the scenes take place at night.
* CannotSpitItOut: Wong's manager is in love with him but can't manage to say so out loud. So she dresses in a leather minidress, fishnet stockings and high heels, in the hope that he'll take the hint.
* ADateWithRosiePalms: Wong's manager pleasures herself, fantasizing about him.
* FacialDialogue: Invoked. He Qiwu communicates this way to other characters on account of being mute. He acknowledges that while he isn't sure that he's able to say everything, especially to Charlie, he gets the feeling that he's generally understood.
* FilmNoir
* GunsAkimbo: Wong's specialty.
* NoNameGiven: Wong's manager is only known as The Agent.
* OneLastJob
* ProfessionalKiller: Wong Chi-ming.
* ShoutOut: There are multiple references to ''Film/ChungkingExpress'', to the point of ContinuityNod, even though the film is not technically a sequel.
* TheSpeechless: He Qiwu, a drifter who ekes out a living breaking into stores at night and "opening" them for his own benefit, has gone mute from eating too many canned pineapples past their sell-by date (as seen in ''Film/ChungkingExpress'').
* SpiritualSuccessor: To ''Chungking Express'', as hinted above.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: What exactly did He Qiwu do to the guy he was following around at the end?