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Raped by an Angel 3: Sexual Fantasy of the Chief Executive (1998)


Reviewed by: Sydneyguy
Date: 09/30/2008
Summary: Yikes

ITs pretty bad, but then again the whole series is!!

Can you imagine the chief executive and his lawyer trying to catch a rapist?There plan is just to pounce of the rapist when he appears,What a trap!!

The idea of someone playing a mental retard who is fully functioning, can work in a office, its just plain insulting!! As i have worked with them in the past, anyone with a intellectual disability, even the high functioning ones could not do office work. I dont even know why they said this of the character, its just plain stupid. Is it to make people even more upset that a rapist could do that to someone with a intellectual disability?

Well the twist is expected, its used everywhere now, not worth watching

Reviewer Score: 3

Reviewed by: Rab99bit
Date: 07/24/2001
Summary: Nothing angelic about this movie

Read below for the synopsis of this movie. The storyline is a tad unusual, and revolves around a high-ranking politician (played by Alex Fong) who is led to believe that he is a "nutcase" suffering (?) from visual hallucinations of naked women apparently brought on by the mental stress of being a politician.
Cheong Wai Yee plays the psychiatrist with a beautiful body and a hidden agenda. Things become heated when the politician's secretary (Cheung Man Chi) gets raped and seminal analysis confirms that the seminal fluid came from the politician. Alex Fong Chung-Sun performed well as the confused politician who is unable to differentiate between reality and delusion. He too often plays the role of the over-confident authoritative gangster, con-men, chief executive, etc. and this movie sees him in a role reversal. Unfortunately however, the unusual storyline was sidetracked by the overuse of frontal nudity and prolonged lovemaking scenes.


Reviewed by: s****
Date: 01/31/2001

Probably my favorite RAPED BY AN ANGEL film, for whatever that's worth. This one benefits highly from a well-paced plot with some actual elements of mystery to it. Why, there's even a plot twist that, while I saw it coming about a half hour before its arrival, was still most definitely a plot twist. By far the best of the series, though still not necessarily worth watching.


Reviewed by: j.crawford
Date: 04/07/2000
Summary: Pleasant surprise!

I always enjoy "Wong Jing" movies. He is a prolific filmmaker who has his finger on the pulse of Hong Kong today and I thoroughly enjoy his taste in women. Looking at the poster for the film in the window of the Music Palace in NYC, I decide to check this one out. I had seen the original film with Chingmy Yau. I remember it as an enjoyable experience. This spring I had passed on seeing the first sequel, Raped by an Angel 2: The Uniform Fan.

This is Aman Chang's 4th film in 6 months as a director for producer Wong. Frankly I was pleasantly surprised with the movie. The film is a well directed thriller with crisp editing and beautiful cinematography. Set in the near future, it is the story of a high-powered politician who is implicated in a gruesome rape case. Aspiring to be the Chief Executive of HK, the wealthy businessman is consumed with his public image and election poll results. Apparently from all the stress of the election, he suffers from hallucinatory visions involving the women in his life.

In a pre-release press interview, Wong Jing said "The idea follows the Clinton sex scandal with a little psychological game. It is about a soon to be Hong Kong Chief Executive on the eve of taking office being accused in a rape case!" I give the man credit. He knows how to promote a film, but the story really has nothing to do with the American President. Alex Fong Chung Shun is cast in the role of the politician. His character is unpleasant and unlikable away from the public eye. With the help of director Chang, he becomes a sympathetic victim in the final act.

Newcomer Pinky Cheung Man Chi is cast as his secretary who, as Chingmy Yau's character did in the first film, becomes the focus of the protagonist's fantasy. Actress Kenix Kwok Ho Ying portrays his long suffering wife. Angie Cheong Wei Yee plays a psychologist who tries to unlock the mystery.

copyright 1998 J. Crawford

Reviewer Score: 7