Top 10 X-rated Hong Kong films

By Lu Na
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Hong Kong X-rated films, which are classed as Category III films, first appeared in the 1960s and became one of the most popular movie genres in the 1990s. According to the Hong Kong motion picture rating system, only people over the age of 18 can rent, purchase or watch Category III films in a theater.

The 90s saw a succession of wonderful Category III film releases. Perhaps their popularity stems from the fact that they are neither as overtly erotic as American porn movies nor as far from the mainstream as their Japanese counterparts. Many of them have compelling and touching storylines as well as striking scenes. In addition, the actresses in the films were always breathtaking and intriguing.

Sit back and relax with your Valentine as China.org.cn runs down the Top 10 X-rated Hong Kong films.

• Also see:Top 10 X-rated film actresses of Hong Kong

  Viva Erotica 色情男女

Viva Erotica, one of the 'Top 10 X-rated Hong Kong films' by China.org.cn

Viva Erotica [image.baidu.com] 

Directed by Derek Yee, Viva Erotica is a sex-comedy film, bringing together a host of superb Hong Kong actors and actresses such as Leslie Cheung, Hsu Chi, Ching Wan Lau and Anthony Wong. The film is about an unsuccessful film director who is forced to direct a category III film for financial reasons. The film reflects all the bitterness and struggles of those involved in category III films at that time. It was highly praised by critics and audiences alike on its release. Hsu Chi won Best Supporting Actress and Best New Artist for her performance in the film at the 16th Hong Kong Film Awards.

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