Reviewed by: danton
Set in the early sixties, with Cheung Man and Cynthia Khan playing "teddie girls" (not familiar with this period, but "Teddie Girls" are apparently gangs of bad girls with big hair and leather skirts who like rock'n roll and a life of crime...). Cynthia especially is hilarious as a girl who pretends to know "Eagle's Claw" kungfu whenever there's a possibility of a fight - of course she always gets beaten up if it wasn't for her sister Cheung Man bailing her out.
This movie is hard to describe. It's unlike any other HK movie I've seen - feels a bit like a John Waters movie at times, complete with surf guitar music and wacky hair. Not bad. VCD only, unfortuantely.
Reviewed by: hokazak
Unique story about an aging gigolo (Ng Man Tat), his two rebelliousdaughters (Cheung Man and ??), and their friend "Little Bun" (Cynthia Khan, playing a coward who tries to bluff her way out of fights by pretending to know "Eagle's Claw" kung fu). All four of the principals get in trouble with the law, and with elements of the underworld, in situations that range from the seamy to the hilarious to the bizarre. The escalating "feud" of "practical jokes" and tricks that rages between an uptight policewoman and the "bad girl" protagonists is something special to watch. An innovative and interesting film - Cheung Man really caught my attention, this time! Very non-typical role for Cynthia Khan.