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Primarily intended as a showcase for the prodigious pulchritude of popular Hong Kong pin-up queen Amy Yip, this softcore exploitation thriller from director Yeung Chi-kin stars Yip as May So, who comes to Hong Kong from the Chinese mainland with her husband and baby after she kills a man who attempted to rape her. The police kill her husband in a shootout, and May So asks one of the officers to take care of her baby before she is deported back to China. The action picks up a few years later with May So falling in with a group of girls headed for Macau as she attempts to get back to Hong Kong and recover her child. Unfortunately, the women are tortured and beaten and forced into prostitution by a criminal gang instead. May ends up being helped by a john from Portugal who is actually an undercover police officer, and the obligatory happy reunion follows, but not until a great deal of Category III raunch, rape, and violence fills the screen. Charlie Cho, Wu Ma, and Lam Ching-ying head the familiar cast. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi