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Daughter of Darkness 2 (1994)

Mit moon cham on 2: Che chung (original title)
There's been a multiple homicide of a family of three. A mysterious woman becomes the suspect, as she starts to tell the whole story to the detective who's in charge of this case.

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Kai-Ming Lai

Writer:

Book Gwai
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Credited cast:
Yim Lai Cheng Yim Lai Cheng ... Sau / Wife
Ben Ng ... Ken / Husband
Dick Lau ... Kun / Sau's lover
Ka-Kui Ho ... Hung / conman
Kai Chi Liu ... Yan / Sergeant
Linda Cheung ... Donna
Siu Cheung Siu Cheung ... Hung's son
Siu Liu Ying Siu Liu Ying ... Mrs. Hung / Hung's wife
Wan-fei Lee Wan-fei Lee ... Policeman
Victor Hon Victor Hon ... Doctor
Hung Lo Hung Lo ... Fainted woman's husband
Kai Chi Leung Kai Chi Leung
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kwok-Wah Tse Kwok-Wah Tse
Chi Fai Wong Chi Fai Wong
Kam Tong Wong Kam Tong Wong
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A local constable questions a woman about her whereabouts and what might have happened the night before. As he gets the young woman to talk, she spins a tale of debauchery, madness and people so vile that you wished that they'll never see daylight again. Why is this woman so reluctant to talk? Who else might be involved in this ghastly murder? How will this bumbling cop get any solid leads or useful clues from this shell shocked woman? Written by lament

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

20 May 1994 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Daughter of Darkness 2 See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China

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Mandarin Star Films See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color

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1.85 : 1
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Bad CAT 3 shocker
11 September 2002 | by Bogey ManSee all my reviews

Ivan Lai's sequel to his infamous CAT 3 film Daughter of Darkness (1993) came immediately next year on 1994 and it is titled, of course, Daughter of Darkness 2. The story is identical to the first film: a strange girl is captured and soon a bunch of gory bodies are found in an apartment, and the girl has something to do with it. Idiotic police officers (led by Anthony Wong in part one, but not in this sequel anymore) start to investigate the case, and soon the girl starts to tell her story to the lead police (which is also the most irritating one) and we see the story of hers as a flashback.

This film is plain sick. The jokes are very tasteless, but made me also laugh in amazement as I began to think what's next? Can they invent something even more outrageous and priceless than a girl eating a fruit not knowing it was sunk in the huge cup of human semen, and the girl even liking the fruit's "specially juicy taste!" Yes, this is perhaps the greatest example to tell about this film's spirit, and the group masturbation scene before this is also a "must see" as the police has to get a sample of sperm from all the suspects. But otherwise the jokes are just irritating and very childish, and I think they are that way in purpose, but then I'd like to know does or did the HK audience really enjoy this kind of stuff and its so called humor? Well, when the flashback segment starts (about after the first 30mins of the film), then the humor ends, fortunately, and the more serious part begins.

The story of the girl isn't as sad and touching as in part one, which ends very sorrowfully, unlike this sequel's imitating and totally uniformative ending. The characters are totally shallow here, and all they can do is to make love, speak dirty things and think about revenge when they have been wronged, but of course it is naive to search for some content in a film like this. This film concentrates to show violence and sex in the most graphic fashion, and on that level it somehow succeeds, at least in the sex department. There's plenty of nudity and steamy love making here, so without the gory parts, this would have received the CAT 3 rating easily.

The ending is pretty shocking and violent with numerous stabbings, hittings and other acts of physical violence. It is also pretty unrealistic especially in the family mother's case. The carnage is so immoral and gratuitous that censors all over the world probably love this kind of film. This film is among the worst CAT 3 films I've seen, and by leaving the "humor" off, this would have been much more pleasant and noteworthy film. Now it remains very irritating and often boring film, which turns into a slasher at the end and delivers some mindless violence and terror for those who enjoy this kind of junk. I give this just 2/10.


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