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Naked Killer

Hong Kong 1992
produced by
Wong Jing for Wong Jing's Workshop/Golden Harvest
directed by Clarence Fok Yiu-leung
starring Chingmy Yau, Simon Yam, Carrie Ng, Madoka Sugawara, Kelly Yao (= Yiu Wai), Ken Lo, Hui Shiu Hung
written by Wong Jing, music by Lowell Lo

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Kitty (Chingmy Yau) has just killed the man (Ken Lo) who has killed her father after having had sex with her stepmother, but now she's on the run from the deceased's security and badly injured. But when she finally collapses, she is saved by Sister Cindy (Kelly Yao), who later turns out to be a professional hitwoman who wants to make Kitty her successor.

Before having turned killer, Kitty was in a relationship with cop Tinam (Simon Yam), incidently the man who now investigates several murders she and Sister Cindy have committed as hitwomen. Tinam has also never stopped looking for Kitty, and now he finds her again while on the job. Thing is, she claims not to be who she is and has papers to prove it, and her fingerprints don't match those of Kitty either (they were surgically altered) - yet all this doesn't keep Tinam from believing she is Kitty despite everything.

Enter Princess (Carrie Ng), lesbian hitwoman and former student of Sister Cindy, who has now been hired to kill her. Much to the dismay of her sidekick Baby (Madoka Sugawara), Princess also wants to make Kitty her new partner once Sister Cindy is out of the way. Sister Cindy couldn't help noticing Kitty has just fallen in love with Tinam again, so she sends her away before Princess attacks and manages to kill her, but when Kitty realizes what has been going on, she fights it out with Princess and Baby head-on, with Tinam guarding her back, and she and Tinam take out all the baddies. When the police arrives to arrest them though, they prefer to blow themselves up to be together for all eternity.

By many, this film is considered a Hong Kong classic, which it simply is not, as the film is rather blandly directed, its action setpieces are competently staged but lack even a spark of originality, and its plot continuously borders the ridiculous.

What the film is though is high gloss sleaze, and despite the relative lack of nudity considering the title a puerile wet dream come to life - and as such, the film is pretty funny (and intentionally so it seems), to a point where the ridiculousness of the plot becomes one of its key qualities: Everything is so far-fetched and over-the-top here that within its very own logic the film makes sense again.

All of this still doesn't make the film a classic of course, but at least great fun to watch ...


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