With Hong Kong, until recently, being a self governed province, there’s really little call for them to have a standing army. Which makes it a shame as it limits Hong Kong’s film industries ability to make films about the military… or so one would think. Fortunately we have the SDU to save us from such a glaring whole in their cultural fabric.
The SDU is basically a paramilitary group that specialises in urban operations involving small squads of well trained, … (read more)
The porcine connection in the title refers to “Porkchop”, a HK slang given to a someone deemed ugly or unattractive and is equally reviled by both sexes alike.
Mo (Michelle Reis) has a serious bald patch and permanently wears a hat to cover it up, So Mei (Karen Mok) is abnormally hairy due to a hormonal imbalance, Pao (Suki Kwan) has small eyes and buck teeth and Panda (Kelly Lin) has a birthmark on half her face.
Mo and her … (read more)