Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Three young Cantonese men (Chi Feng, Yen Hung, and Chen Ming) swim from mainland China across the Hou Hai Bay to Hong Kong in an attempt to gain freedom in a city still ruled by Britain. Rather than reaching a better life, the three are held captive by slave dealers, and their miserable fate unfolds with scene after scene of abuse, human degradation, lurid sex, gang rape, and other unimaginable horrors. Early on, the film leaves the issue of illegal immigration far behind, burying it in the pursuit of violence and torture.
abuse, freedom, gang-rape, humiliation, illegal-alien, sex, slavery, torture, white-slavery