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The Government lays waste to Thailand's Golden Triangle poppyfields' production, and the Drug Lord seeks vengeance on the police forces involved. For 10 million Swiss Francs, he even buys the services of Madame Sue, a ruthless killer, to dispose of the Iron Angels, a trio of highly trained agents in martial arts and gunfighting...Written by
This film is awesome! Pure action, no cut. Shots and the best Kung-fu. And familiar faces from the ol´school; Hwang Jang Lee(Drunken master, Tower of death, etc) Playin a good character with incredible fight scenes, or David Chiang (The legend of the seven golden vampires, Kings of money and fists) as the boss of the Iron angels. The final fight scene is so wild. Two women in a death fight, bloody kung-fu (that´s cool). A non-stop action film from the 80´s. HK films fan? You must see this HIT.
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