A young mother loses her husband in a fight with the police, and have to give up her son for adoption. After six years, she tries to find her son, but eventually gets trafficked to Macao and forced into prostitution by gangsters.
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Quirky, soft core semi-comedic category III sexploitation flick about a bar hostess who impersonates an office worker is Veronica Yip's best known (thanks to a now infamous shower scene) and probably best film. The film is essentially a sit-com. Everybody in the film has a cartoonish simplicity. The male office workers are porn obsessed louts who harass the female workers. The frigid female office supervisor is a volcano of suppressed lust. The wealthy boss's son turns out to be a chop socky hero type (every well run office should have one). But everything is not all fun and nude games. The baddies scheme and intrigue to ruin the company, and one of the office louts turns out to be a murderous sexual predator. But the odd mix works, mostly because the plot is a flimsy affair intended simply to move things along to the next nude scene.
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