Reviewed by: STSH
For the first 15 minutes, you could be wondering if this really is a Brigitte Lin film, as you barely see Venus. But she enters the story properly after her character's brother shoots his married lover and runs off, believing her dead.
Reviewer Score: 3
This film has an amateurish look in places, especially the very unconvincing fight scenes. The most remarkable ascpect of the film is the cross-grained choice of "background music", which is a random stew of late 70s/early 80s Western pop, often played so loud you can barely hear the actors speak their lines (not that this is entirely a bad thing !), and the songs are chosen with no apparent connection to what's happening.
You'd want to be a dedicated Brigitte fan to watch this one for her looks, although there are a few shots of her bathed in a very flattering soft focus, when she is viewed in a romantic light by the male lead.
The story is unconvincing soapie twaddle mixed with dashes of fisticuffs. Not Brigitte's worst film, but far from her best.