A story of innocence in a cruel world. Kitty is a young ingenue down on her luck and about to be evicted from her apartment for being arrears in her rent when she is saved by a police inspector who offers to pay her rent. Meanwhile she gets a job in a modelling agency and meets Tony, an arrogant photographer who believes that commercialism will sully his art and that he will not prostitute his artistic standards to their demands. The police inspector is corrupt and sells our young innnocent to a brothel owner Helen who in a magnaminous gesture tears up the contract confiding that she too was once young and innocent. A muddled story line leads to the rapprochement of Kitty and Tony who find love in each others arms.
How far would you go for love? Or lust? These are the questions posed in this sinfully entertaining Sung Dynasty period effort. Split into two tales, the first one involves a devilish magistrate who tries to tempt a Buddhist monk out of his self-professed celibate control by hiring a pretty prostitute. The second story is the tragic tale of an exploited young girl, the queen of femme fatale Shaw Yin-yin, who is forced to work in an unscrupulous couple’s brothel.
Gong Tau takes the audience back to an earlier time, when Hong Kong movies were gory, twisted, and enormously entertaining guilty pleasures. Mark Cheng (Election 2) stars in this Category III shocker as Rockman, a chiseled cop whose latest case may be the death of him. Continue reading
Story is about Ying, a girl from Beijing who comes to Hong Kong to find work and stay with her wealthy uncle. She is played by the stunningly beautiful Isabella Chow, whose charms easily carry this picture. At first, Ying is harassed sexually by her uncle and her employer at work, which sends her into the arms of the kind but psychotic Kent. He is possessive and wants her to marry him. However, she wants a career before settling down, and leaves him. Soon after, she runs into an old girlfriend who is now a part-time prostitute. She advises Ying to start using sex to further her career. Ying tries it, discovers she is good at it, and soon her career is skyrocketing. Just as everything is going perfectly and she has attained a corporate position of such power that she doesn’t have to compromise anymore, the psychotic Kent returns with a video tape of them having sex, and starts pressuring Ying to continue their relationship despite Ying’s now being engaged to be married to another guy. Ying then decides to go along with Kent’s scheme for a while, but soon she hatches a plan to set him up, framing him for sexual crimes he did not actually commit
Tony is engaged to Sandra Lo, whose mother is company chairwoman Helen Lo. Although Tony swears he’ll be true to Sandra, he quickly beds mother Helen. But Tony is secretly working for Chiu, who is planning a hostile takeover of Lo Enterprises by fair means or foul, including showing photos of Tony having sex with Helen to Helen’s business partner Tsang. Chiu’s son Fat is also a rival for Sandy’s affections, causing he and Tony to have a few spectacular brawls over her. Roy Cheung puts in a guest appearance as Chiang, the trainer of the Lo’s racehorse Lucky, and he (Roy, not the horse !) gets a few fu kicks against the villains as well. And their family chauffeur Li puts up a pretty good final fight against Tony.
Ah Jie lost everything in the stock market due to a severe economic crisis. He spends his days in his sealed apartment, smoking joints and looking after the marijuana plants that he secretly grows in his wardrobe. Continue reading
A notorious sex fiend camouflaged as a playboy real estate agent is out of control. Can he be stopped? The police are in hot pursuit, but time after time the killer rapist slips through the cracks… Continue reading
Misadventures of a family of sex maniacs. Mum demands her husband screw her instead of, as she correctly suspects, everything else in a skirt. Continue reading