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Her Vengeance

Her Vengeance stars Pauline Wong Siu Fung as young lady Chieh Ying who works at a night club. One night a bunch of five ugly and drunken men (played by HK actors Wong Ching, Billy Chow Bei-Lei, Shing Fui On, Shum Wai and Chan Ging) come to the bar and act very abruptly. They touch the ladies and also pay attention to Pauline, who sadly doesn't know what they have decided. Pauline soon goes home but is attacked on the dark streets by these five men...

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Her Vengeance stars Pauline Wong Siu Fung as young lady Chieh Ying who works at a night club. One night a bunch of five ugly and drunken men (played by HK actors Wong Ching, Billy Chow Bei-Lei, Shing Fui On, Shum Wai and Chan Ging) come to the bar and act very abruptly. They touch the ladies and also pay attention to Pauline, who sadly doesn't know what they have decided. Pauline soon goes home but is attacked on the dark streets by these five men who take her to a silent and menacingly dark cemetery where they rape her very brutally and violently. Still she survives and starts to think what next. It turns out she has been infected by a very serious venereal disease by the dirty rapists and she suffers terrible pain, too. Once her blind sister (Elaine Kam Yin-Ling) gets to know what has happened, they decide their mission is to revenge and kill those who abused Pauline. Their wheelchair bound uncle played by the late great Lam Ching Ying from the many "HK Vampire" films first tries to make Pauline forget the act and not continue the violence but his advice is not considered, until it is too late. In Her Vengeance, nothing can be achieved by violence and nobody can be safe from that. In Her Vengeance, after all, there are no "innocent" or "guilty" persons. Contains graphic inserts cut from most prints.

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AKA:Xue mei gui
Director:Ngai Kai Lam
Year:1988
Language:Chinese. English subs.
Format:W
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:9.0

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