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Jin lian (1976)



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Credited cast:
Feng Yeh Feng Yeh ... Old Gai
Ping Chen ... Hsiao Yan
Chen Chi Lin ... Hsiao Fen
Wai-Kwok Ng Wai-Kwok Ng ... (as Wei-Kuo Wu)
Jason Pai Piao
James Nam ... Sailor (as Hsun Nankung)
Ti Hua Ko ... Hsiao Hung
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Billy Chan ... Thug
Lau Chan
Lung Chan
Peter Chen Lau
Han Chiang Han Chiang
Ti Chin
Alan Chung San Chui Alan Chung San Chui ... (as Chung-Hsin Hsu)
Fung Fung Fung Fung


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Hong Kong



Release Date:

5 October 1976 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Finger Bar See more »

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Production Co:

Shaw Brothers See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


After the eldest daughter serviced her first client, she was clad only in her bra and panties. Her son came out from the closet to ask for a pretzel stick. She stood up to get one from a box on top of a cabinet. As she sat back down, the camera angel switched to her front side, and she had a black skirt covering her. However, the camera angle switched back to her rear, and she was once again shown in her panties. See more »

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Gee, and the packaging was so attractive

Gee, and the packaging was so attractive! A Shaw Brothers release so I knew there would be fighting, and there was. From the title I assumed there would be some sex and there was but I was not prepared for a turgid melodrama that moves so slowly. One interesting feature was that to cut costs the brothel set relied a lot on the way it was shot and the colours and there were times when this reminded me of a Bava! Apologies for that but it was just that rather effective use of primary colours. I guess the other vaguely interesting thing of note was that the film includes Lin Chen-chi who had just completed 'Cleopatra Jones and the Casino of Gold'. The film thinks it has something serious to say about the plight of women in Chinese society but I reckon rather it wanted to have it's cake and eat it and managed to fail in both respects.

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