Directed by: Bosco Lam
Actors: Yvonne Yung Hung, Meng Lo and Elvis Tsui
Language: Cantonese (English subs)
Country: Hong Kong
Also known as: Mi hun dang
Description: A crime ring operates by injecting an undisclosed drug into juice boxes and waiting for some unsuspecting and beautiful woman to buy the drink and start drinking it on the street. Then the woman is overcome by the effects of the drug and is easy to rob.Story centers on one woman who was robbed and may or may not have been sexually assaulted.
The sick story, made by Bosco Lam (Underground Banker and Chinese Torture Chamber Story), that set’s up the usual contrived, dirty elements, is the reasoning behind the Cat III rating. But the title and box art point toward a brutal movie. SDG is not, it’s a comedy in fact. On the lighter side of the film there is a character named “Underwear” and the chunk of the guffaws are given to Elvis Tsui, who plays Yung’s butcher hubby who has an affection for pork products and is left in a jealous rage upon hearing the idle chatter of customers ramble about his wife’s supposed extra marital monkey-business and the possibility she was raped by the drink spikers. Tsui wants revenge and with his trusty meat cleaver, tries to exact itÉ..on the wrong guy. A copy-cat drink spiker. Tsui’s hirsute victim is reduced to baldness all over by Tsui’s cleaver prowess. A very funny scene, but out of place in this picture.