Johnnie To's explosive gangster movie "Exiled" aka "Fong Juk" owes more to the elegaic westerns of Sergio Leone and Sam Peckinpah than John Woo. Whilst it has its balletic scenes of stylised gun play, the movie focuses on the Western values of friendship, honour and loyalty.
Guy Zerafa's awesome soundtrack with its twangy guitars and understated strings echoes Morricone and although I'm not aware of an official soundtrack release, at least two of the tracks are identified as:
"CAMILLE"co-composed, arranged, orchestrated and recorded by Guy Zerafa and Dave Klotz. From the recording entitled 'Azul' performed and composed by Diego Marulanda (2000 - unpublished)
"DOLPHIN SKY"co-composed, arranged, orchestrated and recorded by Guy Zerafa and Dave Klotz. From the recording entitled "LIVE PERFORMANCE"performed by Paul Royes and Guy Zerafa. Composed by Paul Royes (2002 - unpublished)