Move over McGarrett and Magnum; the toughest cop in Hawaii is now Silk Sleighton (Cec Verrell). Her investigation of a heroin-smuggling ring leads her into a more insidious racket, one in which people who die outside hospitals have their identities bought from their relatives so that Asian
gangsters can enter the U.S. When the police get too close to cracking the ring, the criminals decide to murder their latest ID recipient to cover their tracks; but things go sour and Silk ends up as a hostage. More like a TV cop show than a shot-in-the-Philippines exploitation title, SILK has
little going for it. The plot is unfathomable, the acting lousy, and the action dull. O...