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Sex and Zen

Hong Kong 1991
produced by
Johnny Mak, Stephen Siu (executive) for Golden Harvest
directed by Michael Mak
starring Lawrence Ng, Amy Yip, Lo Lieh, Elvis Tsui, Kent Cheng, Isabella Chow, Carrie Ng, Mari Ayukawa, Tomoko Ino, Rie Murakami, Tien Feng
written by Lee Ying Kit, music by Chan Wing-leung, action choreography by Leung Siu Hung

Sex and Zen

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Yeung-Sheng (Lawrence Ng) has a beautiful wife, big busted Huk-Yeung (Amy Yip), who was almost frigid when they married, but he made her addicted to sex - and to him for that matter. However, soon his own wife is no longer enough for him, and he starts travelling the country in search of women whom he can screw. Soon, he tries to enlist the help of Flying Thief Chor Kun Lun (Lo Lieh) to help him get women, but when the Flying Thief sees his small penis, he turns the offer down but promises he will reconsider once Yeung-Sheng's penis has the size of a horse's ... and wouldn't you know it, Yeung Sheng really finds a doctor (Kent Cheng) who surgically supplies him with a horse's noodle.

Now the Flying Thief has to keep his word, and the first woman Yeung-Sheng conquers is the wife of Wong Chut (Elvis Tsui), the silk trader ... however, it is not long before Wong Chut finds out, and he wants revenge ... but since the Flying Thief protects Yeung-Sheng, there is no chance for Wong Chut to avenge hmself directly ... so he travels to Yeung-Sheng's hometown and accepts a job as gardener in Yeung-Sheng's household - and soon enough, he takes Yeung-Sehng's wife Huk-Yeung, first by force, but soon she - driven to horniness by her absent hubby - gives him her body freely. However, she gets pregnant from Wong Chut, and to escape humiliation, she makes an escape with Wong Chut - who soon enough sells her to a brothel where she has a forced abortion. At the brothel though, Huk-Yeung learns all the secret techniques of lovemaking from Mistress Ku (Carrie Ng), and soon enough, seh is so good at it that she is called the Love Doctor who can even heal impotence.

In the meantime, Yeung-Sheng has shagged himself to utter exhaustion, so much so that he has not only become impotent but also his other organs including his eyes begin to fail him. Ultimately he is visiting the Love Doctor for a cure. At first the two of them don't recongnize one another, he because he can hardly see anything and she because his penis is much bigger than it was before. So soon enough, the Love Doctor has his penis up again - and it's only then that he tells her the penis ain't really his ... and the two start to recognize one another - which ends in tears, violence, slamming doors, and ultimately Huk-Yeung's suicide ...

Shocked by this experience, Yeung-Sheng goes to a monastery for mental cleansing ... where he meets Wong Chut, who has come to the monastery for the same cause, and ultimately the two men embrace ...

 

This film, based on an ancient Chinese book, is several things at once: a posh period softcore flick, a silly sex comedy with quite some bad slapstick, a blend of sex and martial arts (especially in the scene where the silktrader Elvis Tsui shags his wife) and quite simply a piece of sexploitation. One thing this film is not: art. That said though, the film definitely has its moments - some scenes are extremely sensuous while others present a very inventive approach to sex. So if you don't expect anything too big or earth-shattering, you might as well be entertained.

 

By the way, big busted Amy Yip, one of the few erotic stars who has always made it her motto to never fully undress (or even bare her nipples), later claimed that for this film she was forced to do nude scenes ... which is an odd claim to make since all the scenes that are supposed to show her naughty bits are apparently done by a body double. To me, such a claim sounds more like attention-seeking than anything else and please pay no heed to it - you will not see Amy Yip naked in this one. Sorry.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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