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Electrical Girl

Hong Kong 2001
produced by
Lee Siu-Kei for Storm Riders Management, Matrix Productions
directed by Bowie Lau
starring Sophie Ngan Chin Man, Wong Shu-Kei, Yuen King-Tan, Lam Suet, Charlie Cho, Grace Lam, Hui Shiu Hung, Lee Siu-Kei, Crystal Cheung Yee Tung, Teresa Mak, Chow Ka Yu, Sammuel Leung
written by Szeto Cheuk Hon, music supervisor: Lincoln Lo

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Jan (Sophie Ngan Chin Man) has a problem: Whenever she's sexually aroused she emits electrical charges, actively electrocuting all her lovers. Now that wouldn't be too bad, until she falls in love with Leo (Won Shu-Kei), her boss, and would so like to have sex with him, even though he claims he's impotent - some she knows isn't quite true because she has seen him having a hard-on once.

Ultimately, Jan sees herself forced to visit perverted Doctor Wong (Charlie Cho), who figures he can only cure her if he gives her an orgasm, but to do so, he needs to cover himself in rubber and wear several condoms all at once ... and somehow the good doctor manages to make her climax (even if it almost costs him his life), upon which Jan discovers another talent of hers: During orgasm she can predict the winning numbers of the lottery ... but unfortunately her orgasm with Doctor Wong wasn't long enough to find out all six numbers ...

Jan is so overwhelmed by her new talent that she quits her job and becomes a prostitute with Mamasan Yuen (Yuen King-Tan), just to have enough sex to find out all the winning numbers ... but unfortunately, all of her clients prove to be failures. Then she meets Leo again and realizes she's still in love with him, but when she tries to quit her job, she has to realize Mamasan Yuen's operation has been taken over by triad member Kau (Lam Suet), who's little more than a mean bully who likes to treat women badly - and he desperately wants to have sex with Jan, which she outright refuses. So Kau does what every self-respecting crook would do, he kidnaps Jan's boyfriend Leo and claims he will only let him go in exchange for a night of sin. Jan sees herself forced to accept, but remembering her former talent, she smuggles a rubber doll into the bed with them and connects it to electricity - and electrocutes Kau just at the right moment.

Then, she finally has sex with Leo, whom she cures of his impotence in no time - and she finally has an orgasm long enough to find out all of the winning lottery numbers.


A sex comedy that features some nice ideas, but ultimately the film is just as childish and silly as pretty much all sex comedies - and also, it's not really all that funny (a fate Electrical Girl also shares with most sex comedies, to be quite honest). True, there are far worse erotic farces out there, but apart from the occasional giggle this film hasn't too much to offer either, and the sex scenes too are not all that hot.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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