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Thai title: แหกค่ายโลกีย์
English title: Virgins in the Tiger Cage
Main actor: Tanit Pongmanoon,Supakorn Srisawat,Doo Dook Kradon,Manop Aussawathep,Chat Mongkolchai
Thai movie แหกค่ายโลกีย์ was released in year 1984 and lasts 1h30mn (Taiwanese version). It was released in Thailand under VCD format by Lepso company. It was released in Taiwan under the name Virgins in the Tiger Cage / 玉女刧. Mandarin language is used. The VHS was probably released in Taiwan by a local company. Movie director is ศราวุฒิ วุฒิชัย. Tanit Pongmanoon, วัลลภ นพสมบูรณ์, Supakorn Srisawat, Doo Dook Kradon, Manop Aussawathep, Chat Mongkolchai are the Thai actors playing in this movie. Below summary is based on the Taiwanese version. Many ladies have been kidnapped by ruffians and are held prisoners in a remote camp in the jungle. They have to wear inmate clothes. Five more ladies have been captured. Among the ruffians, there is a ruthless lady with a whip, who like women. The ruffians disagree and fight together. Around 70 girls are held captive and are forced to work. Some conflicts erupt between girls also as the ruthless lady has a favorite. At night time, a few inmate ladies try to escape. Four succeed to go far in the jungle but ruffians are chasing them, but they are finally captured back. They are tortured in front of others to give example. Inmate ladies are forced to work hard in the camp. One of them trying to flee again and is shot dead by Chat. Supakorn Srisawat tries his luck at nighttime in the women dorm but he gets punished by the girls. Tanit starts to love one of the ladies called Chaba. He has a plan to release all ladies. He explains to them the camp details so that they can get M16 guns stored in one hut. Fightings occur between ladies and ruffians. All protagonists die except Tanit and Chaba. Tanit is finally arrested by Thai police as he was involved in the camp management. This movie reminds about movie สัตว์สาวในกรงเสือ / Girls in the Tiger Cage (1976).
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