Nam Nai-choi turns to the next chapter and stops firmly and hard at female revenge. Therefore Kenny Be and Hong Kong Dave review 1988’s Her Vengeance, starring Pauline Wong and Lam Ching-Ying. Also featuring discussion, loose theories and facts about its rather extensive censorship history. Also remember to check out Podcast On Fire Network Bonus Episode 4 where we talk of the Shaw Brothers movie that inspired Her Vengeance!
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00m 00s – Intro/Pauline Wong bio & discussion
16m 50s – Lam Ching Ying bio & discussion
32m 08s – Her Vengeance Review
74m 24s – Category II edit and extended laserdisc discussion
Sleazy K’s Video
Hong Kong Gig Guide on Facebook
Movie-censorship.com – Her Vengeance Cat III vs Cat II
Schnittberichte.com – Her Vengeance Unrated, extended laserdisc gallery
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3 comments on “The Director’s Series 5: Nam Nai-Choi – Her Vengeance”
The Schnittberichte link you posted no longer exists! Very detailed, entertaining podcast though!
You were wrong when you stated that the original cinema version of the movie was 88 minutes. It was actually 78 minutes.
Thank you for the correction and for sharing your thoughts on our show! It means a lot!