Synopsis by Jonathan Crow
Sammy Tsang Kan-cheung spins this grim Category III horror flick that recall's the 1990 opus Misery. The film opens with Yieh Siu-yan (Jacqueline Wu Chien-lien), a crazed convict on the lam, killing a Shenzhen prostitute and assuming her identity. She jumps the border and is soon prowling the streets of Hong Kong. She picks up lonely taxi cab driver Chen Chi-min (Lai Yiu-chueng). After a night of vigorous love-making, she follows the man, runs him down with a stolen car, and then drags the bleeding and battered man to his own apartment, where she plans to kill him and steal his identity for her fugitive boyfriend Kwan Fai (Moses Chan Ho). Her plans are thrown for a loop when she learns that not only is her beau going to be delayed by some nasty weather, but also that the cabbie has an aged mother and young daughter who need to be dealt with.