In this action packed Hong Kong Yes Madam installment two friends in the police force are in love with the same man. After a certain incident one of them goes crazy and does everything she can to kill her former friend.
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Chin is a cop with the Beijing military police who is in love with an artist named Hsiong. Hsiong is also connected with some local Triad figures and after a deal with another gang to buy a priceless Japanese painting ends up with a brutal gun battle, Hsiong killed one of the Beijing cops in self-defense. Chin leaves the force and searches for Hsiong, who might be in Hong Kong in an attempt to reunite with him. Then there's Feng, a tough Chinese girl who's older brother is the leader of the Triad that Hsiong worked with. It turns out that Feng and Hsiong also have a love thing going on, but when her brother died and Hsiong disappeared she was all alone. But on a particular night, Feng meets Chin when a bunch of thugs take Chin's picture of Hsiong away from her and the girls unleash their martial arts skill on the thugs. Chin and Feng become good friends and Chin stays with Feng at her condo. But things get hectic for Feng when she gets into a fight with her brother's Japanese wife Sen...Written by
Keno Reeves (spywatcher459)
[from the English version, Feng thinks Chin is in Hong Kong illegally and drives past a police road block to keep her from being deported. She and Chin get out and ditch Feng's Porsche]
Come on, let's go!
What about the car?
You're just gonna leave it there?
Don't worry about it. The car's stolen.
So then why did you do that? Now you've committed a crime!
It's a crime you being here!
But I'm legal.
[reaches into her purse and shows Feng her passport]
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Four great ladies in one movie together, now if that's not a good reason to spend 90 minutes on front of your TV? My fave Cynthia Luster hasn't got the biggest role of the four, but the best fight scenes (one in a training room, one in a burning house!). The painting both the Chinese and Japanese agents are looking for is passed on from player to player like a football sometimes, the director doesn't take that too seriously and is focussing his attention on the - dare I say it - character development, including an ill-fated love interest. I voted 7/10.
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