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The highly awaited action / comedy from director, Taylor Wong ("Triads") does not disappoint! Acclaimed HK stars; Andy Lau, Kent Cheng and Kelvin Wong star in this popular satire on the Hong Kong police in the 1960s and 70s
This is a silly sex comedy about Jenny (the beautiful, very sexy Loletta Lee) and her adventures in love and pleasure. This is not a quiet film, people are shrill, and things are always happening. There is copious nudity in this film, and simulated sex (I think its simulated). It is a cut above films like Porky's since it has a semblance of a plot and its more about the girls. You see Jenny go through boyfriends and the trials and tribulations associated with those relationships. She has two very pretty girlfriends who are, lets just say, not very shy. So, if you think you would like to see a film like this, its okay. The rating could be one star or ten depending on that. Its a nonsense film, but the girls look great in it, and in parts of the film get the upper hand in the relationships. I'd say if you think you'll like it, check it out.
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