|Mandarin||Wǔxiá Qī Gōngzhǔ|
|Cantonese||Mou5 Hap6 Cat1 Gung1 Zyu2|
|Directed by||Wong Jing|
|Produced by||Thomas Ng
|Written by||Lam Wai-lun|
|Music by||Danny Chung|
|Editing by||Keung Chuen-tak
|Studio||Wong Jing's Workshop Ltd.
Regal Films Co. Ltd.
Scholar Films Co., Ltd.
|Distributed by||Regal Films Distribution Co., Ltd.|
|Running time||98 minutes|
Holy Weapon presents the story of seven women who are recruited to challenge the threat posed by a Japanese swordsman of supernatural power and ability. Swordfighting, sorcery, mistaken identities and gender bending abound in this 1993 wire fu film.
The film is notable for a sequence in which six of the princesses "combine" into one giant warrior by standing on top of each other, invoking Super Robot tropes such as the "firing fist".
- Sandra Ng as Yam Kin-fai
- Damian Lau as Mo Kake
- Michelle Yeoh as Mon Ching-sze
- Sharla Cheung as Spider
- Maggie Cheung as Princess Tin Heung
- Carol Cheng as Doll
- Simon Yam as Super Sword
- Ng Man-tat as Ghost doctor
- Dicky Cheung as Ng Tung
- Charine Chan as Butterfly
- Esther Kwan as Blonde
- Leung Kai-chi as Doll's father
- Lee Siu-kei
- Holy Weapon at the Internet Movie Database
- Holy Weapon at the Hong Kong Movie DataBase
- Holy Weapon on lovehkfilm.com
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