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Daughter of Darkness (1993)

Mit moon cham on: Yit saat (original title)
Police suspect a young teenager who was horrifically abused by her family and raped by her father of finally snapping and slaughtering them all.


Kai-Ming Lai


Kai-Ming Lai


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Credited cast:
Lily Chung ... Wei-Fong
Hugo Ng ... Kin / Wei-fong's boyfriend
Anthony Chau-Sang Wong ... Leoi / police detective
Ka-Kui Ho ... Wei-Fong's Father
Daisy Daisy ... Wei-Fong's Mother
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yuk-kwan Chan Yuk-kwan Chan
Biu Gam ... (as Piao Chin)
Si Man Hui ... Gossiping Woman
Lo Hung Lo Hung ... Ping
Che Kau-Wa Che Kau-Wa ... Policeman
Wan-fei Lee Wan-fei Lee ... Villager at Police Station
Kai Chi Leung Kai Chi Leung ... Fung
Money Lo ... Dong Huan
Hung Lu
Siu-Ming Lui


After being raped by her father, teenager Mak Wei-Fong plots revenge against her abusive family who kept the deed silent and to save the relationship with her beloved boyfriend. Written by neo_93612@yahoo.com

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Release Date:

28 October 1993 (Hong Kong) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China

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1.85 : 1
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Wei-Fong's Father: I please your uterus. You kiss my toes. It's fair.
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Shocking Cat III, chock full of nastiness.
30 October 2006 | by BA_HarrisonSee all my reviews

One year prior to her excellent turn as Ming Ming in 'Bloody' Billy Tang's top Cat II shocker Red To Kill, Lily Chung played another hapless victim of violence and sexual abuse in Daughter of Darkness (also directed by Tang).

Chung plays Wei, a beautiful young woman who is tortured (mentally and physically) by her own family, until, one night, she finally snaps and sees to it that they will never harm her again.

After a gruesome opening scene, in which Wei reports the slaughter of her family to the cops, and the bloodbath is examined by a sleazy cop (ably played by Anthony Wong), the movie gives way to a series of lame comedic moments, which serve to belie the shocking nature of the movie as a whole.

However, once Wong's cop begins to unravel the truth about the grisly murders, the tone of the film shifts into much darker territory. Wei tells of her abuse and, in flashbacks, we see how, after being downtrodden by her mother and siblings, and repeatedly raped by her father, she savagely dispatches of her uncaring family.

Packed to the rafters with scenes of nudity (Chung isn't shy about stripping off), perversion, voyeurism, violence, and general sleaziness, Daughter of Darkness is a very good example of Cat III excess.

I see Daughter of Darkness as something of a practice run for Chung and Tang, whose next film together, Red to Kill, is the perfect Cat III experience. Daughter of Darkness isn't perfect, but fans of the genre will find much to enjoy in this ultimately dark and depressing slice of extreme cinema.

*** The Universe release, which I viewed, is the most complete official version of the film available on DVD, however it is shorn of some moments of violence which were in the original theatrical release. ***

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