Three women captured and imprisoned by a gang of white slavers lead a bloody rebellion, aided by a detective investigating the gang.

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(as Pasan)

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(as Howard Ki)
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Credited cast:
Eva Bisset ...
Judi
Emma Yeung ...
Su Ling
Hok Nin Lau ...
Ho King, private detective (as Billy Lau)
Shek-Ching Law ...
Chan Chung, gang leader (as Danny Law)
Paul Lee ...
(as Paul Lee)
Pasan Leung ...
Triad Boss (as Pasan)
Tiet Wo Chu ...
(as Ryan Chu)
Maria Ho ...
Ah Yeh
Richard Lau
Nuna Naru
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ying Hung Hua
Thomson Kao
Loletta Lee
Ju Hua Pei
Winnie Pei ...
(as Na Pei)
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Three women captured and imprisoned by a gang of white slavers lead a bloody rebellion, aided by a detective investigating the gang.

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21 May 1981 (Hong Kong)  »

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Terror in a Woman's Prison  »

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Lost trash classic
12 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to pick this one up on VHS at a used book store. What a find! It's a bizarre, over-the-top HK women in prison flick. The cast is a surprisingly multi-ethnic mix of east asianers. A martial arts expert of debatable talent helps them after they escape. It's a tremendous curiosity that has fallen into a surprising lack of notoriety.

Highlights: A giant cat fight in a courtyard between the two rival camps of prisoners-- perhaps the biggest cat fight in cinema history. a bizarre, non-sensical ending in a hospital that I still don't understand and can't really describe. The homophobic disco sequence (an oxymoron?) in which the villain hits on the "hero."

"Eva Bisset" did no other movies that are on IMDb, and as far as I know is of no relation to Jacqueline. But the filmmakers didn't miss the opportunity to put her on the cover/ poster in the exact same (legendary) outfit that she wore in The Deep. And yet, the shirt is wet.


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