Intimate Confessions of a Chinese Courtesan (1972)

Director
Chor Yuen

Main cast
Elliot Ngok; Betty Pei Ti; Lily Ho Li-Li

Genres
Action, Drama, Foreign

Description
18 year old Ainu (Lily Ho) is kidnapped and sold to a brothel. Her good looks and wild personality make her very popular with the lustful clients, but also draws the lesbian attentions of brothel madam Betty Tei Pei. Betty teaches Ainu the ways of lust and the ways of kung fu, and Ainu becomes more and more similar to her captor. But rage at her treatment is still burning inside her.


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