I won't further repeat what is stated in the product description concerning plot, etc. What I will say is that, with her well deserved critical acclaim arising from her world class fighting skills in Chocolate, it's good to see that Jeeja Yanin isn't just a one trick pony. In her debut movie Chocolate, Jeeja Yanin was given limited scope to reveal some of her true acting capabilities, since she was confined to a sparse script in order to convincingly portray the demeanour of a mentally challenged teenager... and she did it very well. In Raging Phoenix the plot is somewhat beefier, if not still a little fantastical (but how many martial arts movies have a 100% flawless plot)? I can't think of one, and Raging Phoenix is no exception. However, unlike Chocolate, this film does seek to further explore Jeeja's vocal and acting skills, (not just her lightning quick fighting skills), with the script putting her through a whole gamut of emotion, pain, rejection and loneliness, which she handles superbly. (Look out for the part where she rescues some girls from the clutches of human traffickers, she can dance as she seriously kicks butt)! Co-starring alongside Patrick Tang of Knockout fame, it would be precise to say that Jeeja Yanin is one of the most gifted and true martial artists ever to hit the screen in Kung Fu cinema history. If you like martial arts with a contemporary spin, treat yourself to this excellent movie. It is sure to become an all time classic.