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Chi Yeung Wong ...
Dumb Dog (as Karel Ng)
Feng Ku ...
Wrinkly Dog
Richard Grosse ...
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Chi-Kien Chan
Pang-Jan Chan
Collin Cheung
Kwok-Choi Cheung
Ji-Ban Chung
Sai Kuen Chung
Chi Keung Fung
Chai-Keung Kwan
Wai Yin Lam
Wai-Hau Lam
Sui-Sang Lau
San Leung
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A Category III shocker of prison life Hong Kong style

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Drama

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24 November 1994 (Hong Kong)  »

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Sei miu gaam yuk  »

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Richard Grosse and Frank Booth should fight to the death
18 June 2000 | by (toronto) – See all my reviews

It's not the best prison movie in existence but it does make jail seem like a pretty unappealing place. But the best reason to see this film is Richard Grosse's over the top performance. He makes Frank Booth look like a TeleTubbie (an evil sadistic TeleTubbie that would be written out of the show after making Tinkie Winkie...you get the picture). Mr. Grosse rants, raves and curses his way into one of the best performances I have had the pleasure of watching in quite some time. From the first shot of him, you know this guy is one squirrelly warden. He does a number of unpleasant things to these unlucky prisoners but the movie's shining moment comes when he deals (like a man I might add) with his sexual inadequacy with women and men. I think if the studios had any sense they would be casting him in the next two Star Wars films as Han Solo.


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