Daughter of Darkness (1993 film) – Wikipedia

1993 Hong Kong film

Daughter of Darkness
Daughter of Darkness (1993 film) poster.jpg Hong Kong theatrical release bill poster
Directed by Kai-Ming Lai
Written by Kai-Ming Lai
Starring Lily Chung
Monica Lo
Anthony Wong
Cinematography Kin Keung Lee
release date

  • 28 October 1993 ( )
Running prison term 96 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Daughter of Darkness ( taiwanese : 滅門慘案之孽殺 ; pinyin : Mie men can an zhi nie sha ) is a 1993 Hong Kong Category III horror – crime film directed by Kai-Ming Lai. The film was released on 28 October 1993 in Hong Kong and was considered to be a sleeper hit. [ 1 ] It stars lily Chung as a young adolescent who is suspected of murdering her family after years of enduring hideous pervert by them. [ 2 ] The film was followed with two sequels, the 1994 films Daughter of Darkness 2 ( Mie men can an II jie zhong ) and Brother of Darkness ( Ti tian xing dao: Sha xiong ). [ 3 ]

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In a small village in China, a beautiful young dressmaker, Mak Wei-Fong ( Lily Chung ), arrives at a police station to report the mass murder of her family. The police detective, Leoi Gei ( Anthony Wong ), investigates the murder and learns that both of Mak ‘s parents have been shot to death. He finds that the bullets used are the character that only a police military officer would carry. He immediately suspects Mak ‘s boyfriend, Gin, who is a young patrol officer. When confronted by Detective Leoi, Gin confesses to the crime without hesitation and is placed under arrest. however, because of Gin ‘s quick admission and confession deoxyadenosine monophosphate well as failing to provide details of the crime, Detective Leoi suspects that Gin may be sacrificing himself in order to protect the on-key perpetrator who used his weapon. Mak soon arrives at the police station, confessing that she in fact is the murderer. During the interrogation, Mak reveals that her home life was abusive. She states that both of her parents ( played by Ka-Kui Ho and Daisy ) were promiscuous and each had many affairs outside of their marriage. In accession, Mak may not be her father ‘s biological child, but a merchandise of one of her mother ‘s adulterous affairs. Further, her siblings were disagreeable and provided no family support. Mak tells Detective Leoi that Gin ‘s comfort and sleep together had given her the strength that her class could not provide. The detective learns that Mak and Gin had been planning to get married and move to Hong Kong. He continues with his question, during which Mak explains that she had been raped by her own father, and her family had known but had done nothing. Mak ‘s father had attempted to blackmail her by threatening to tell Gin about the rape. After returning home from shape, Mak attempted to kill her father with a couple of scissors. She hoped to silence him, but failed and he overpowered her. then, Mak ‘s father retaliated by tying Mak up, stripping her naked, and sodomizing her. Gin arrived in time to witness this, became angered and beat the beget, but stopped short of murdering him, in big part due to his aim as a policeman.

When Gin ceased fighting with Mak ‘s don and turned his attention to Mak, Mak ‘s don regained awareness, sneaked up on Gin and knocked him unconscious. During this struggle, Mak successfully grabbed Gin ‘s gun and shot and killed her father. She then killed the rest of her kin as they arrived home. The woo sentences Mak to the death penalty, which is in accord with the chinese law. Mak gives parentage to a baby girl in prison ; the identity of the baby ‘s father is equivocal due to the time of concept. Gin and the child arrive to say adieu as Mak meets her destiny, leaving them both heartbroken as they watch her die .

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HorrorNews.net gave a golden inspection, but warned that the movie contained some content that could be unsettling for some viewers. [ 4 ]

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