Moon Over Hong Kong

Moon Over Hong Kong

Hornbill Films



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Jake, a disenfranchised special agent "in retirement" has been summoned up by the secret service to find and kill an enemy agent named the Black Dahlia who has been killing our boys with a deadly secret weapon - leaving them powerless and submissive. Jake is the only one qualified for this mission since him and the Dahlia were once intimately involved. He survived to tell the tale and now it's payback time. As if all this were not enough, Jake finds out that the Dahlia's next victim is his "special" buddy Donald. That springs him into action. From New York City to Los Angeles to Hong Kong, he blazes a trail of action and sex coupled with espionage and intrigue that will give you bang for the buck.

Reasons to Buy

  1. This movie doesn't skimp on the "moon." There is plenty of young, nude flesh.
  2. There are also plenty of hot, erotic scenes.
  3. And, director Toby Ross considers it his best work yet.

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  • Director: Toby Ross
  • Writer: Toby Ross
  • Length: 1 hrs. 15 mins.
  • Rating: XXX
  • Released: Aug 05 2014
  • Production Year: 2008
  • TLA SKU: 1761709
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • UPC Code: 808406223647
  • Catalog #: DV2709862


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2 Reviews for Moon Over Hong Kong

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Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
I have been reviewing films of interest to our community for quite some time now and I always like to do so before they are put on sale. When Toby Ross sent me a screener of his new film, "Moon Over Hong Kong", I immediately cleared my schedule and s... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by Toby Ross

By: Toby Ross
Moon over Hong Kong moves more like a comic strip than a real movie. It is light, cartoonish and is intended for intense escapism. That is the first point that TLA reviewer Scott Cranin has missed, it's not "Latter Days" or "Boy Culture", as a... Read More

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