A female projectionist is haunted by the image of a small boy. Perhaps driven by insanity from a former abortion she goes on a killing spree, gutting women and removing their stomaches. Her relationship with her attractive and successful friend drives the plot deeper into insanity.
Nip Chi Wah had just been released from prison, he went to Shunzhen to help Ling smuggling to Hong Kong. In Shunzhen, he was seduced by a mysterious girl Amy. Amy left suddenly, but Nip could not forget this fatal attraction. Ling and Nip had different characters, however, when Nip helped Ling to treat her wound, they could not avoid the body temptation, finally they made love. Ling thus fell deeply for Nip, but Nip treated this as an one night stand. Carbon noticed that Nip neglected Ling, one the other hand, Nip wasted a lot of effort to find Amy. Carbon showed sympathy to Ling and try to get close to her. Nip found Amy at last. In fact, Amy was the mistress of Brother Chow, who was in jail and would be released soon. Amy was rebellious and fond of playing love games, so she tempted Nip to chase her. Nip could not resist her attraction, he tried every means to court her with no fear of the threat from Chow’s gang. Ling left Nip with a broken heart……
More than his indie debut Skinless Night, this was the film that launched Mochizuki on his distinctive trajectory through the crime and yakuza genres. Matsuzaki is a racing tipster for a sports paper, a lowlife who spends half his time drunk, hangs out with yakuza and other riff-raff and complicates his sex life by succumbing to advances from his girlfriend’s sister. As played by Okuda, he’s also a figure of considerable hangdog charm. Less a plot-based movie than a guide to the several forms of high stakes gambling in Japan, this centres on his attempt to help a friend swindled in a bent mahjong game.
Someone is killing and raping young women. Glamour photographer Chan Ga Ming is wrongly accused and his cop friend, Jack, tries to find the real culprit. But Jack is hindered by the actions of his brutal boss, Inspector Lee, who is determined to charge Chan, by fair means or foul. Chan’s personal life is already in a mess. He is still working with ex-girlfriend Mary, who wants him to dump fiancee Pearl and come back to her. The accusation causes Pearl to break off the engagement. One of the murders is witnessed by Pau, who aspires to model for Chan. The real murderer is a horrid, smiling villain who wears loud red jackets, and whose father is a wheelchair-bound gangster, who is friendly with Inspector Lee. Most of the story concerns the efforts of Jack to clear Chan’s name, with the help of Pearl and Pau.
Minako, a Tokyo housewife, is depressed that everybody has an energetic life outside of the house except her. Using her inspiration from television reports of a hitch-hiking chainsaw murderer, Minako decides to spice up her life by finding a young fan and running off with him by faking her kidnapping. While the woman family frets and worries, Minako has a wonderful time. Eventually, though, she chooses it’s time for you to get back to her family. The woman fan, nevertheless, isn’t prepared for the enjoyable to stop, and Minako’s fake kidnapping shortly becomes all too genuine.
Amy, Xiaojie and Jiang Rong are cartoon characters created by Yongliang. Amy and Xiaojie didn’t hesitate to persecute Jiang Rong in order to covet the property of Jiang Rong’s family. However, Jiang Rong had to ask for help from Yongliang. Amy Xiaojie also had countermeasures. How to deal with this sudden storm when Jiang Rong, Yong Liang and his unmarried…
Pan Jinlian (Huang Mei-tsing) is told by wine-stall owner Madam Wang that her brother-in-law, Wu Song, has been released from prison and advised Pan to leave town as she murdered his elder brother, the biscuit seller Da Lang. Pan then recalls her beginnings, especially her introduction to sex.