A male cop's sister is kidnapped by white slavers while Cyntheia, a Japanese interpol agent, goes to visit her mother who is incidentally working for a nightclub that is run by the same white slavers. Cyntheia teams up with another lady cop who is investigating something about some rich criminals who are making moves agaainst eeach other. There's a little more to the plot but being a Godfrey Ho production it's honestly pretty hard to follow. What I will tell you is that this movie is almost as if famed Italian director Lucio Fulci (THE BEYOND 1981) directed a heroic bloodshed/girls with guns movie. Fulci was known for placing a priority on the effectiveness of individual scenes and caring less about how those scenes connected together to form a coherent narrative. This movie is in a very similar situation. There are tons of scenes that have great choreography in the fights, bloody squibs errupting from gunshot wounds, memorable villains, or hilariously dubbed dialog. But as a whole this movie only sort of makes sense. It's admittedly well paced as someone is typically being shot or punched. If there isn't any action on screen then you are then treated to unintentional hilarity as an awkward script and some truly hilarious dubbing combine together to create some amazing scenes. The music is surprisingly top notch with some very enjoyable 80's synth playing in many scenes as well as the theme for Stuart Gordon's RE-ANIMATOR (1985).
So if you think you can tolerate almost 90 minutes of effective set pieces but an incoherent plot then I'd highly suggest it.