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9 November 2002 (Taiwan) See more »
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Tagline:
They will seduce you - just before they kill you!
Plot:
Details the workings of a mysterious assassination organization, (codenamed: Naked Weapon), led by its globally feared and master assassin... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Hot Babes, Matrix-style fight scenes and an idiotic script See more (58 total) »

Cast

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Marit Thoresen ... Fiona Birch
Almen Pui-Ha Wong ... Madam M (as Almen Wong)

Daniel Wu ... Jack Chen
Natalie Kyoko Waters ... Little Katherine (as Kai Yan Kwok)
Renee Nichole Rommeswinkel ... Little Charlene Ching
Chia-Li Mo ... Little Jing (as Mo Ka Lai)
Agustin Aguerreberry ... Drillmaster

Maggie Q ... Charlene Ching
Anya ... Katherine
Jewel Lee ... Jing

Monica Lo ... Student murdered in Cage
Chun Lai ... Tattooed Yakuza Boss (as Benny Lai)

Pei-Pei Cheng ... Faye Ching
Dennis Chan ... Mr. Chan

Andrew Lin ... Ryuichi
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Aldred ... Crime Boss (uncredited)
Ronny Boos ... Bodyguard (uncredited)
Mo-Chan Chik ... (uncredited)

Michael Clements ... CIA Agent (uncredited)
Johnnie Guy ... (uncredited)

Carl Ng ... G4 Agent (uncredited)

Jude Poyer ... Fighter (uncredited)
David John Saunders ... Bodyguard #2 Inside Hotel (uncredited)

Matthew Sturgess ... Bodyguard #1 Inside Hotel (uncredited)
Kai Taschner ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Siu-Tung Ching  (as Tony Ching Siu Tung)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jing Wong 

Produced by
John Chong .... executive producer
Siu-Hung Chung .... associate producer (as Billy Chung)
Kei-Mei Goon .... associate producer (as Catherine Kwan)
Lorraine Ho .... line producer
Jing Wong .... producer
 
Original Music by
Ken Chan 
Kwong Wing Chan 
 
Cinematography by
Sung Fai Choi 
 
Film Editing by
Angie Lam 
 
Production Design by
Sung Pong Choo 
 
Art Direction by
Sung Pong Choo  (as James Chiu)
 
Costume Design by
Pik Kwan Lee 
 
Makeup Department
Yu Lai Cheng .... makeup artist
Wai Hing Lau .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Joel Calle .... production manager
Siu Ling Catherine Chan .... assistant production manager
Pao Wan Kao .... assistant production manager
Oli Laperal Jr. .... production manager
Ray Pang .... production manager
Chun Keung Tam .... unit manager
Wing Yee Alice Tse .... assistant production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Man Ki Kwok .... third assistant director
Lemon Liu .... second assistant director
Sylvia Liu .... first assistant director
Liu Yick Man .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Jeffrey Kong .... assistant art director (as Hun Lim Jeffrey Kong)
Pak Shing Lai .... property master
Ching-Ching Wong .... set designer
 
Sound Department
Felix Sze Ming Chung .... assistant mix engineer
Felix Sze Ming Chung .... music editor
Felix Sze Ming Chung .... sound effects editor
Wai Hung Kwong .... foley artist
George Yiu-Keung Lee .... dialogue editor (as Yiu Keung George Lee)
George Yiu-Keung Lee .... re-recording mixer (as Yiu Keung George Lee)
Tak-Wing Tam .... production sound mixer
Burnard To .... foley recordist
Kinson Tsang .... re-recording mixer
Kinson Tsang .... sound designer
Toz Kim Wong .... foley recordist
Chun Hin Yiu .... dialogue recordist
Ting Yip Yuen .... dialogue recordist
Mark Kenna .... consultant: Dolby film sound (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Steven Chan .... 3D animator and compositor
Terence Cheng .... 3D animator and compositor
Bessie Cheuk .... visual effects controller
Chui Kam .... 3D animator and compositor
Jordan Kwok .... 3D animator and compositor
James Lai .... assistant visual effects supervisor
Keith Lau .... visual effects team leader
Jackie Lee .... 3D animator and compositor
Ringo Lee .... visual effects supervisor
Mil Leung .... visual effects team leader
Pik Yi Leung .... 3D animator and compositor
Ricky Leung .... visual effects team leader
Kwok-Shing Lo .... visual effects producer (as Leo Lo)
So Man Lung .... 3D animator and compositor
Sieg Si .... 3D animator and compositor
Katty Tang .... 3D animator and compositor
Otto Wong .... 3D animator and compositor
Rex Yeung .... 3D animator and compositor
Donald Yip .... 3D animator and compositor
Angel Young .... 3D animator and compositor
 
Stunts
Siu-Tung Ching .... action choreographer (as Tony Ching Siu Tung)
Chi-Ho Lau .... stunt coordinator
Daniel O'Neill .... stunt performer (as Daniel Patrick O'Neill)
Daniel O'Neill .... stunt performer
Marc Redmond .... stunts
Matthew Sturgess .... stunts
Olivier Meyer .... stunt performer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Jimmy Kwok .... focus puller (as Chun Ming Kwok)
Chun-Wan Lam .... best boy
Tak Vah Tam .... still photographer
Kee Wing Yau .... gaffer (as Yau Kee Wing)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Man Kit Chow .... assistant costume designer
Man Kit Chow .... wardrobe assistant
Yun Mei Man .... wardrobe mistress
 
Editorial Department
Kit-Wai Kai .... editor: second unit (as Kit Wai Kai)
 
Other crew
Toby Chan .... production coordinator
Leung Hang Chun .... runner
Tony Ho .... table dance trainer
Man Ki Kwok .... continuity
Andrew Loo .... dialogue coach
John F. Murphy .... dialogue supervisor (English version)
Anna Tam .... production coordinator
Fung Ying Wong .... dialogue supervisor: Cantonese
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Chek law dak gung" - Hong Kong (original title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for violence, some sexuality and drug use
Runtime:
92 min | USA:90 min
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Trivia:
Mark Aldred, who played the Russian crime boss (uncredited) was fired from his job as an English teacher in a Hong Kong primary school because the principal had discovered his role in this film. After a lengthy hearing, an industrial tribunal awarded Aldred HK$11,600 as a contract gratuity. However, it threw out his claim for around $79,000 in damages and dismissed Aldred's claims that his sacking was unlawful.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: After Ryuichi has killed Kat, he and Charlene meet outside the building where he throws his sword away. The film then cuts to a wide shot but the sword is nowhere to be seen.See more »
Movie Connections:
References The Killer (1989)See more »

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26 out of 34 people found the following review useful.
Hot Babes, Matrix-style fight scenes and an idiotic script, 16 July 2004
Author: Petros Rodakinias from Volos, Greece

What can I say about this movie. It was recommended to me by a friend with a warning: don't take it seriously. And he was right. This is a very entertaining movie if you can get past some very serious flaws, like an extremely bad script and some lousy acting.

What was good about the film: The soundtrack was very good and supported the movie well. The overall story was rather good and interesting. The women were beautiful and sexy. The fight scenes were superb - a little over the top, but still nicely done. Besides, the concept "hot women using their bodies as weapons" is really cool.

What was bad about the film: The acting leaves a lot to be desired in many occasions. The script was lousy, sometimes even stupid. The love story was badly portrayed and it was a bit out of place.

To sum it up: This movie is not Oscar material, you won't be thinking about it afterwards and it's not going to be in your list of all time favourites. Still, it's an action packed, highly entertaining film that will provide for a pleasant evening. I give it 7 out of 10.

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