Synopsis by Jonathan Crow
Not to be mistaken with the Julia Roberts vehicle of the same name, this low-budget softcore exploitation flick starring Veronica Yip is about the steamy side of office politics. George (Kenneth Tong Chun-yip) is a rain slicker-sporting sexually frustrated pervert who rapes his shapely co-worker Lo Hsin-yin (Veronica Yip) one night as she burns the midnight oil. In the ensuing scuffle, he kills her with a memo spike. After disposing of the body, George begins to fear that people will begin to question Hsin-yin's disappearance. His prayers are answered when he happens upon a bar girl named Mimin who is the spitting image of the dead girl. George offers her a stack of cash to pose as his victim and resign from her job. Things look like they're going to be a success for the killer until Mimin spots hunky vice-president Lin Cha-sin (Alex Fong Chung-sun), who saved her from a gang rape a couple nights before with his superior kung fu abilities. Mimin decides to hang onto the job, much to the chagrin of George. Meanwhile, workplace couples of all shades and stripes occur including a full-scale office orgy resulting from an aphrodisiac-laden pot of coffee.