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Raped by an Angel 3:
Sexual Fantasy of
the Chief Executive
|     review    |     availability     |     also see      | "Lower."
Angie Cheung and Alex Fong
Chinese: 強姦3OL誘惑
Year: 1998
Director: Aman Cheung Man
Producer: Wong Jing
Cast: Alex Fong Chung-Sun, Angie Cheung Wai-Yi, Pinky Cheung Man-Chi, Kenix Kwok Ho-Ying, Simon Lui Yu-Yeung, John Ching Tung, Joe Junior, Kenny Wong Tak-Bun
The Skinny: More trashy exploitation from Wong Jing that deviates even further from the Category III formula.
by Kozo:

Third in the unrelated sleaze series from grand wizard Wong Jing is actually the tamest of the bunch. It’s an erotic thriller that steals more from U.S. thrillers than HK ones, meaning more attention to plot and less gratuitous nudity (though there are some HK specific moments of wackiness courtesy of detective Simon Lui).

It's the year 2001, and Alex Fong (looking a bit like Richard Gere) is Chief Executive candidate Li Chi-Shen. Li is rising in the polls but has a psychological problem: he sees “illusions” of naked women when he gets stressed out.

Compounding things is an icy relationship with his wife (Kenix Kwok) and the presence of a serial rapist within his own campaign building. Why such a thing hasn’t destroyed his credibility is beyond me, but things don’t really get rough for Li until semi-retarded office lady Chi (Pinky Cheung) gets raped and fingers Li as the culprit.

Li knows he has a bit of a libido, but he can’t remember what happened. His alibi is old flame Ho Wai-Yee (Angie Cheung), who’s now his psychologist bent on helping him with his “illusion” problem. It seems they were trysting on a yacht while the rape took place. Unfortunately, Li fails a DNA test and his popularity tumbles. While Chi’s brother (John Ching) wants Li hung, sympathetic detective Luk (Simon Lui, who’s fast becoming welcome support in cheap genre exercises) believes that Li may be innocent.

This is passable trashy entertainment that isn’t as offensive as its predecessors. Alex Fong is an actor with an underlying integrity, but this role is probably beneath his abilities. Aiding the overall effect of the film are decent production values and music that apes the work of Jerry Goldsmith and Bernard Herrmann. Unfortunately, the film chooses to leave things ambiguous and that leaves us with really no reason to watch the film. (Kozo 1998)

Availability: DVD (Hong Kong)
Region 0 NTSC
Universe Laser
Cantonese and Mandarin Language Tracks
Removable English and Chinese Subtitles
Also see:

Raped by an Angel (1993)
Raped by an Angel 2: The Uniform Fan (1998)
Raped by an Angel 4: The Raper's Union (1999)
Raped by an Angel 5: The Final Judgment (2000)

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