World War II: Allied Command learns that in 60 days three Japanese generals and an admiral party at a bordello on a tiny Philippine island. It's fortified and hard to attack, so a creative, cynical major gets the assignment to figure something else. With the help of Paco, a Filipino guerrilla leader, the major devises a plan to put four women assassins among the prostitutes. He must recruit and train them, convince his general that an unarmed woman can best a man, and get them on the island. The rest is up to them. An imprisoned killer, a nurse with a fatal disease, a chippie on the lamb from the mob, and a Filipina whom the Japanese assaulted are his team. Can they do it?
Professionals... You Pay For the Pleasure, The Killing Is Free!
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Did You Know?
The Filipino advertisement for the premiere opened with the reproduction of a text message that contains an error: «0583-115 Australia / To: Kumander Asmat / Re: Corrabales Mission / Subject: Admiral Kubo / General Fujita / Lt. Fukui / Liquidate them. Very imperative. Previous attempt failed.» There is no point for the Australian command to tell Kumander Asmat that the previous mission failed, because... he is the guerrilla commander that led the failed mission. See more
Although John Ericson's character is named Stony Stonewall, he is repeatedly referred to by other characters as Stony Stonewell. See more
Maj. Stony Stonewall
I guess what the world needs is a few more nymphomaniacs... with killer instincts.