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Credited cast:
Kang Cheng ...
Prison Chaplain
Nan Chiang ...
Casino Proprietor Fu
Tao Chiang ...
Feng Chin ...
Lead Inspector
Miao Ching ...
Wang Hsi Jen
Chao Hai-chuan
Ging Man Fung
Ping Ha ...
Mrs. Chao
Chin Hu ...
Chin Cheuh
Ricky Hui ...
Casino Assistant
Ti Hua Ko ...
Streetwalker in stairway
Chiu Chin Ku
Dan Lau ...
Wang Fu Chiu
Sau Kei Lee ...
Peng-Fei Li ...


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Crime | Drama






Release Date:

28 November 1974 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Kidnap  »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Remade as San lang qi an (1989) See more »

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B movie with A movie production values.
28 January 2005 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

Crime drama based on true incidents around a Kidnapping - and murder case ,also taking much time describing the psychological moments which propel the criminals. It's strictly focused on them, the law representatives are mostly faceless and out of the plot. Lo Lieh plays a moneyless guy working on a gas station, it's owner is a thorn in his flesh, because he completely knows the differences and painfully shows it: "I can find a new worker faster, than you can find a new job" Together with 3 friends, who are similarly struck, a plan to kidnap and blackmail this guy is made....

Film is working like a pulp novel, some bizarre situations, some clichés, some overstatements, but behind that you get straight descriptions of the main persons and the motives, while the violence starts and the kidnapping goes horribly wrong.

Acting by especially Lo Lieh and Fan Mei Shang is quite good, you feel with the criminals, and also get in touch with some suspense moments around them and the police. The last 20mins are a little too melodramatic and dragging, the few action sequences by the young Ching Siu Tung [ son of director ] are rather bumpy and mercurial, besides that the movie is very good - B movie like with A movie production values.

15 yrs later a remake was directed by Taylor Wong, named SENTENCED TO HANG, with Tony Leung Kar Fai and Kent Cheng.

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