Writer Johnny Speight continues his work against racism with this thought provoking made-for-TV drama which examines the ways in which human beings pigeon-hole each other with regards to their religion, colour, or sex.
The death of Sebastian's father engenders in him pathological fears and hallucinations. His death wishes seem to cause horrible accidents, which he is unable to control. When his older ... See full summary »
José Ramón Larraz
Emilio Gutiérrez Caba
A child witnesses drug dealers murder his parents. He escapes and grows up wild in the city's slums. Years later he emerges to help the residents of the area who are being terrorized by street gangs and drug dealers.
When a man-eating cave creature appears with a fortune in uncut diamonds around his neck, Dr. Chambers' daughter Denae hires adventurers C & C Salvage to find the underground source of the ... See full summary »
Obviously, this movie was produced for a strictly Chinese audience, and there are things in it that probably make no sense to a westerner. Even the name of the lead character is unintentionally funny.
The story begins with a task force of guys in protective suits crawling into a sewer in Hong Kong to destroy a batch of eggs. One of the eggs escapes, and changes from a snake to a really hot naked chick. She is found by a widower with an unhealthy fear of cats (insert joke about Chinese food here!) which has left him impotent.
Meanwhile, his no-account cousin plots to have him killed in order to inherit his money while the cousin's girlfriend suspects that the snake babe might be a snake babe. What ensues is a thriller that's not very thrilling.
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