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摧花神龍教 (1993)
A Man of Nasty Spirit
Alias: Man of Nasty Spirit
Alias: Man of Nasty Spiritia
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Oscar 
Genre: Adult 
Ratings: III (Hong Kong)  R (Taiwan) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 04/08/1993 - 04/22/1993
Box Office: HK $618,107
  Jeng Wai-Lung
  Wu Wen-Liang
Action Director
  Ngai Cheng-Hon
  Choi Chi-Laam
  Pauline Chan Bo-Lin ... Female Pope
  Lan Bou-Yi ... Bao/Bowie
  Lau Hoh-Man ... Pope's girl
  Dennis Tang Chung-Kwan ... Chao Chuen
  William Ho Ka-Kui ... Chief [cameo]
  Jack Long Shi-Chia ... Dr Yue (Chi Ngok)
  Poon Ting    
  Tu Chin-Chih    
  Ngai Cheng-Hon    
  Hsieh Wan-Yi    
  Lam Hiu-Mui (2)    
  Leung Sam-Wing    
  Bo Chu    
  Chan Leung-Luk    
  Li Chin-Kuang    
  Hung Kai-Chuen    
  Siu Lung (2)    
  Poon Suk-Ling    
  Lam Chak-Ming ... Ho
  Ma Chiang ... [Uncredited]
Production Company
  New Sam Po Film Co.
  Jade City International Films Limited (Hong Kong)
Assistant Director
  Gap Ling-Yeun
  Cheng Yung-Hsuan
Focus Puller
  Cheung Yee-Man
  Ah Bou (3)
Art Director
  Wong Hin-Chung
Costume Designer
  Miura Kunio
  Cheung Yuk-Lan
Hair Stylist
  Chin Suk-Chan
  Cheng Keung
  Cheng Bou-San
Sound Recordist
  Poon Lik-Chung
  Lam Seun-Bong
  Wong Tak-Leung
Production Manager
  Ngai Cheng-Hon
Unit Manager
  Cheung Wai-Wing
Cantonese Dialogue
  Michael Fung Kin-Kuen
Mandarin Dialogue
  Chen Ming-Yang
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
  Somewhere in the early Ming Dynasty, the Pope of Happy Religion is a lustful monster, who can assume male or female form at will (the female form is Pauline Chan in a white wig). His/her forces fly around and attack Dr Yue and his family, including his daughter Bao, who has her back invisibly tattooed. The village chief (Ho Ka Kui, under a heavy beard) bravely fights to the death. Sixteen years pass. Chao Chuen is a poor scholar carrying his overweight mother around in a backpack. (Where he finds the strength to do this is never explained). Mum has an eye disease, and Chuen is seeking a legendary doctor to find the cure. Chuen encounters the Pope's chief assistant, who is playing a zither, and tries to distract him, but is thwarted by two tramps to whom he previously gave water. As a man, the Pope practices what he preaches, and has a cackling great time. He practices the Evil Laugh most often whilst deflowering the local virgins, from whom he draws lifeforce. But one of the girls he beds gives him a headache because, it turns out, she's not a virgin. Instead of aspirin, he urgently needs another virgin to restore chi (or, at least, that's his excuse !). Unfortunately, there are none left, apart from his two pretty acolytes Wan and the now-adult Bao. With some persuasion, they submit to their master. Bao has already crossed paths with Chuen, and asks for his protection (which, of course, leads to a couple more sex scenes). They find Dr Yue again, who has scripts of the cure which, because they are written in "Fan", he can't read. But Chuen can. After Bao sleeps with Chuen again, her invisble back tattoos appear again, and they also are in written in Fan. Translated, they help Dr Yue cure Mum's eye problem and show that Bao was given the power (in childhood) to defeat the Pope. Lots of explosions, swordplay, flying around and blood-letting later, good eventually triumphs over evil, and Bao's tattoos vanish again.