Our hero, Alan Tang Kwong-Wing,returns home to find the place has gone to the Japanese. They are forcing the Chinese to mine tungsten not gold to be used for ammunition. (I admit I did not look up the chemistry to verify this.) Kurata Yasuaki is in charge of the operation. Tang Pao-Yun stars as the center of a love triangle between the two men. Alan leaves willingly and ends up in a hospital after a beating working for the tungsten mine. Han Ying-Chieh (Bruce Lee's "Big Boss") arrives to take over the operation and his first executive decision is to rape one of the nurses. Back to the main story, hero Alan is planning to steal the tungsten and free his countrymen and perhaps marry the girl after he does his hero duties. The love story part of this movie drags and Kurata's character seems a total loser. Were they trying to make him a sympathetic villain? Whatever, it failed. Big Boss fights and captures hero. The girl tries to get Big Boss to release him but he tries to rape her. Kurata to her rescue. Bad decision of the movie "I'll jump off the cliff with this bomb instead of throwing it." The copy is the standard faded lowest resolution VHS transfer to a digital file posing as a DVD. Overall I rate this as the same old, same old, average as can be and typical of the year and genre.
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