MORE than 182 metres of film depicting extreme sexual violence have been censored from a soon-to-be-released Category III movie based on the killing of Elaine Luk. The making of the movie, The Sweet Smell of Death, has angered Luk's schoolmates at Baptist College. Luk's family did not want to comment on the film yesterday, but a family friend said they were upset. It is understood the film company had decided not to include certain aspects of the behaviour of Hon, which it deemed inappropriate to be screened in Hong Kong's cinemas. Golden Harvest sub-contracted Suen Woo Film Production to make the film. Production began last summer shortly after Luk was killed. Producer Bennie Chan Chi-shuen said more than 182 metres or eight minutes of the 2,736-metre film were required to be cut when it was submitted for approval. ''The parts cut included scenes like the tying of the hands and feet of the victim by woman's tights,'' he said. He said he did not intend to hurt Luk's family or defame her. Other companies would have made the film if he had not. The movie, which stars former Miss Hong Kong contestant Ng Mui-yee and former TV actor Lin Wai-kin, was finished within a month last year.