Like any good jianghu swordswoman, Chiao Chiao is a wandering do-gooder for hire who specializes in dispatching the thieves and ruffians that prey on honest folk. Her morbid method of collecting payment, however, distinguishes her from the pack: after decapitating her opponents, Chiao Chiao sells their heads in the village market! But the bloody vigilante faces a crisis of conscience after she falls in love with the son of a highway bandit. When the young man is wrongfully imprisoned, one thing is certain: heads will roll! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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This tale is about a decapitating swordswoman who will let nothing stand in her way when she falls in love with a bandit's son. Chiao Chiao, made famous in One-Armed Swordsman, is the girl ...
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