Feng kuang da ben zei

Feng kuang da ben zei

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  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1974
  • Language:Cantonese,Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:female nudity,   sex,  

A gang of several girls who operate as pickpockets in a busy and popular tourist area of Hong Kong preys on men who are attracted by their beauty. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Feng kuang da ben zei torrent reviews

Abu S (gb) wrote: This movie is hilarious. My favorite parts were snake feeding, outside shave, and pig decorations. It's a weird look into the mail order wife business and an interesting view.

Alberto M (jp) wrote: Have you ever wondered what happened if the director had a lobotomy while directing a movie? Well, this is it. Even if in the middle the film totally loses it, still it's a good watch.

Ian G (ca) wrote: Brilliant written, great humor and the movie stars Vincent Gallo.

Duby D (br) wrote: I'm no expert on the historical facts of the 1911 Revolution but can appreciate this movie's absorbing tale just as it stands. The photography is notably excellent and draws you into the story more and more. I think Brando as the illiterate peasant leader does a superb job of carrying the film along, creating the tender or serious moods that make for compelling drama throughout. I've always admired Jean Peters in any movie and her sensitive acting poignantly rounds out the love interest so well. Of course Quinn is his usual volcanic self, and in this instance garnered an Oscar as best supporting actor. It's a serious and sad tale about a real-life struggle of the people.

James C (de) wrote: I really don't remember buying this on DVD, in fact I think I've thrown it out a couple of times. It just keeps turning up again.

Frank M (us) wrote: It is so bad it's funny.

Adam R (br) wrote: A fine thriller. I didn't expect to enjoy it as much as I did. At times it almost makes you wonder what things are like in real life. (First and only full viewing - 10/11/2014)

Rene M (us) wrote: Wonderful and dramatic love story told in an artsy way with the powerful backdrop of an impending war