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軍妓慰安婦 (1992)
Comfort Women
Alias: 地狱究竟有几层
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Cathay 
Genres: Adult  War 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 08/28/1992 - 09/10/1992
Box Office: HK $1,718,569.00
 
Director
  Bruce Le
 
Script
  Bruce Le
 
Producers
  Norman Law Man
  Cheng Leung-On
  Lee Wai-Man (5)
 
 
Cast
  Lily Lee Lee-Lee ... Akiyama Tomi
  Bruce Le ... Nakamura Kenichi
  Yuen Man (1) ... Arai Miko
  Cheng Leung-On ... Kuroda Shinichi
  Gam Chung-Yat ... Kawasaki Hideki
  Tong Yuen-Gwan    
  Cui Jin-Ji    
  Chiu Yat-Dan ... Sakata
  Guo Ke-Qi    
 
Production Company
  Gaai Aau Chai Chok Yau Haan Gung Shut
 
Filming Company
  Gaai Aau Chai Chok Yau Haan Gung Shut
 
Distributor
  Gaai Aau Chai Chok Yau Haan Gung Shut (Hong Kong)
 
Cinematographer
  Simon Chamberlain
 
Art Director
  Law Man (4)
 
Sound Recordist
  Jimie Lee Ka-Chuen
 
Editor
  Cheng Keung
 
Music
  Simon Leung Chi-Wa
  Tony Tam Jan-Hung
 
Presenter
  Bruce Le
 
Planning
  Joseph Kong Hung
  Lee Wai-Hong (2)
 
Film Coordinator
  Christina Ma Kit-Yi
  Wong King-Lung
 
Sound Post-Production Studio
  Media Business Services Ltd.
 
Re-Recording Mixer
  Jimie Lee Ka-Chuen
 
Filming Location
  China
 
 
Summary
  Tomi Akiyama and her boyfriend Nakamura are troubled about allegations about a Comfort House in China. Tomi gets into the camp, first as a journalist, but is then captured and sent in as a participant. Nakamura is upset by this particular event, and the situation in general, and takes action. The progress of several other characters is followed, including a kind-of happy hooker, a jovial chubby Japanese woman and a brutal and rude general, laced with stock war footage and historical inter-titles.