Sex and the Emperor
Wong Jing produces and Sherman Wong Ching-wah directs this outrageous and occasionally grisly period sex flick set in the Forbidden City during the Qing dynasty. Neophyte eunuch Li Lianying, who, thanks to a bribe from his parents was spared one of his testicles, quickly learns that the Forbidden City is filled with petty sexually frustrated eunuchs and thousands of beautiful though equally sexually frustrated concubines. While Li has an affair with one such woman, he befriends the emperor, which calls down the jealous wrath of head eunuch Little One. In revenge, he tortures the emperor's favorite, a maid named Guilian and casts her out into a cut-rate brothel. In response, the emperor goes into an insane sexual frenzy.
(Cantonese with English subtitles) In the Qing Dynasty, the only people who lived in the Forbidden City are the Emperor's concubines, their maids, the eunuchs and the Emperor himself. Li ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Sex and the Emperor torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Seriously, Gary Oldman as an Elvis impersonator is enough to earn this one three stars. Fortunately, that's not all it has going for it. Twists? Check. Turns? Check? "Little person?" Yep. Smart dialogue, knowing nods to cliched film characters and some genuine surprises. If you can't have a good time with this, you probably either think Tarantino was the first guy to ever make an action picture, or you just need to chill out. Okay, so it's a little heavier on the guns and gambling than the girls. We all have our flaws.
(ca) wrote: Very stressful. Horrific strains. very good
(ru) wrote: Very good Disney film that proved me wrong in its creation
(mx) wrote: Big cast can make a big movie in a small place, intresting story line, sadly one dies, suprising bond at the end, great ending vs plot!slow and steady movie with a lot of big words
(au) wrote: A little slow by today's standards still well-conceived worth seeing two or three times.
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