郎心如鐵
Remains of a Woman (1993)
Alias : 赤裸的誘惑
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Newport 
Genre: Crime 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 10/14/1993 - 10/22/1993
Box Office: HK $2,591,996.00
 
Director
  Clarence Ford
 
Script
  Calvin Poon Yuen-Leung
  Dennis Chan Kwok-San
 
Action Director
  Adam Chan Chung-Tai
 
Producers
  Melvin Wong Gam-San
  Dennis Chan Kwok-San
 
 
Cast
  Carrie Ng Ka-Lai ... Judy Yu
  James Pax ... Billy Chan
  Rachel Lee Lai-Chun ... Annie Cheung
  Jacqueline Law Wai-Guen ... Lisa
  Melvin Wong Gam-San ... Prosecutor K S "Mel" Wong
  Dennis Chan Kwok-San    
  Kenneth Tsang Kong    
  Money Lo Man-Yee    
  Chan Git-Leng    
 
Production Company
  Hei Mong Gung Ching Yau Haan Gung Shut
 
Filming Company
  Ying Aau Shing Din Ying Chai Chok Yau Haan Gung Shut
 
Distributor
  Newport Entertainment Co.,Ltd (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Lam Ngok-Hung
  Ricky Ho Pui-Tung
 
Sound Recordist
  Mandarin Recording Studio Ltd.
  Showreel Film Facilities
 
Art Director
  Ganni Ma Chi-Ming
 
Script Supervisor
  Shek Hon-Kit
 
Lighting
  Yau Kee-Wing
 
Planning
  Alan Yuen Kam-Lun
  Che Gam-Fung
 
Makeup
  Chow Man-Guen
 
Props
  Chan Yat-Sun
 
Cinematographer
  Gigo Lee Ji-Hang
 
Special Effects
  Cinefex Workshop Co., Ltd.
 
Editor
  Norman Wong Chi-Hung
 
Costume Designer
  Jue Ga-Lai
  Wat Siu-Ying
 
Presenter
  Dennis Chan Kwok-San
 
Assistant Director
  Leung Wing-Wai
  Adam Chan Chung-Tai
 
Composer
  Lowell Lo Koon-Ting
 
 
 
Summary
 

A powerful and unpredictable suspense drama about three ordinary people thrown together on a collision course to tragedy. Based on a true story. [from the Tai Seng Catalog] The first Cat III movie to win a major award in HK, the Golden Horse Award for Best Actress went to Carrie Ng. American Chinese Billy Chan is a handsome, loathsome, manipulative, and they're just his good qualities ! No wonder he has three luscious women competing for his attention. Lisa is an air hostess who supplies him with cocaine. Judy Yu has just lost her husband (who ran off to Japan with his girlfriend), and moves in next door to Billy and Lisa. Then there's bible student Annie Cheung, who visits both Billy and Judy in prison, where they await trial, not for murder, but disrespect of a corpse (Lisa, in whose murder they are the chief suspects). Prosecutor K S "Mel" Wong keeps dreaming about the murdered girl, and starts questioning those involved, and says "Sorry, no deals" a lot. The same story, with a different treatment, was used in the film Legal Innocence.