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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.

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Credited cast:
Yuk-kwan Chan
Lily Chung ... Mak Wei-Fong
Daisy ... Fong's Mother
Biu Gam ... (as Piao Chin)
... Wei-Fong's Father
Si Man Hui ... Gossiping Woman
Lo Hung ... Ping
Che Kau-Wa ... Policeman
Wan-fei Lee ... Villager at Police Station
Kai Chi Leung ... Fung
Money Lo ... Dong Huan
Hung Lu
Siu-Ming Lui
... Kin
Siu-Bo Ng
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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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28 October 1993 (Hong Kong)  »

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Wei-Fong's Father: I please your uterus. You kiss my toes. It's fair.
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Followed by Mit moon cham on 2: Che chung (1994) See more »

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More Decent Cat III Trash...
12 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS is a pretty sleazy Cat III "shocker" with themes of violence, rape, murder, incest, voyeurism, among other assorted nastiness, but before ya get too excited, this one is pretty mediocre. Lily Chung (who was Ming-Ming in the far superior RED TO KILL) plays another tortured soul (the type of role she seems to do so well...) who is the "black sheep" of her family. There doesn't appear to be any real rhyme or reason, but her mother, father, sister, and brother all hate her and treat her like complete garbage. Eventually she gets tired of the constant abuse (and the abuse takes many disturbing shapes) and flips the f'ck out. The rest is pretty typical Cat III history.

DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS isn't bad, but it isn't nearly as much of a stand-out HK "shocker" as THE UNTOLD STORY, RED TO KILL, or THE EBOLA SYNDROME, for example. Anthony Wong has another great performance - and even though he is a cop in this one, he is still a twisted, perverse, filthy f!cking scum-bag (and that's why we love ya Tony!!!). One of the big problems is that DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS starts as almost a straight-up comedy, then switches mid-film into a typical Cat III sleaze-fest when Chung begins to tell her story of abuse to the cops. I don't much mind the comedic aspects that tend to go along with even the most shocking of these types of films, but DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS switched from comedy to serious drama in a blink, and made for a disjointed feel. Regardless, still a decent entry and worth a look for all you pervert douche-bags out there (like me...) ; ) 7/10


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