When Fung's cop boyfriend Tats (Wilson Lam) puts her supposedly reformed triad father (Foo Wang-tat) behind bars, her daughter Fung (Joey Wong) aims to rid the organization of it's dirty ties,

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John Ching ...
Fei
Hiu-Hung Fong
Chi Shing Fung
Gam-Lun Lam
Wilson Lam ...
Lui Kin-Tat
Fong Lung ...
Ho Sai-Cheong
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Chung
Joey Wang ...
Wong Fung-Yee
Lun-Cheung Wong
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Lau
Fan Wei Yee ...
Waye
Wan King Yeung
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When Fung's cop boyfriend Tats (Wilson Lam) puts her supposedly reformed triad father (Foo Wang-tat) behind bars, her daughter Fung (Joey Wong) aims to rid the organization of it's dirty ties, but one of Fung's father chief goons Cheong (Jimmy Lung Fong) in a deliciously over-the-top portrait of plans for a very hostile takeover. To ensure her cooperation, he rapes her, videotapes her naked the deed, and sells copies to his pals when he's whipping her, insulting her, killing her relatives, making her watch him have sex with hookers and reveling in her utter defenselessness but hotheaded partner Max Mok whose unrequited love for Fung, but doesn't fare much better when he goes above the law to get things done.

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10 May 1990 (Hong Kong)  »

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An Eye for an Eye  »

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