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Don't read the back of the DVD case, it outlines the whole film. The film is about Mr. Chuck (Mark Cheng), who prefers rough sex. Nam (the beautiful Chingmy Yau) spurns his advances at a party, so he befriends, then betrays her room mate Man (Jacqueline Ng). He rapes her but makes it look completely consensual, and is found not guilty by a court. He exacts revenge, then Nam does (again, the DVD case tells you how, I won't). The film is somewhat creepy and Mark Cheng is sleazy, which means he did his job fairly well. In many films, Chingmy Yau is eye candy mostly, but she gets to stretch her acting muscles a little here. Its good to see that, she was a big star at the time. The story has been told before and there are many "sequels" (I doubt they are true sequels, more just variations on this theme) but if you can handle it, its not bad. There is a little nudity in it, but its not per-se gratuitous.
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