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Violence and bloodshed... violence and bloodshed... VIOLENCE AND BLOOOODSHEEEED!!!
This simple line from an old MANOWAR-track easily sums up what makes this movie. Okay, add a bit of sex and rape and that's about it, because the story and characters are borrowed from STATE OF GRACE. There is really no need to summarize the plot, it is the same. To spice it a little bit up, the makers threw also a bit of TRUE ROMANCE in, or at least one of its coolest scenes.
But fans of HK-Cinema, Exploitation and of course heavy bloodshed will still be pleased. If you don't expect no depth at all, this is some fine entertainment. Phil Joanou and Quentin Tarantino should be pleased to have such dedicated fans in Asia.
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