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Year: 2000
Bobo Chan and Raymond Wong
Director: Cheung Chi-Sing
Cast: Raymond Wong Ho-Yin, Gaile Lok, Leung Kei-Yi, Bobo Chan Man-Woon, Yeung Yut, Ella Koon Yun-Na
The Skinny: Independent HK film that explores the passions that rouse within the restless youth of our time. Or something like that. Interesting, but not engaging.
by Kozo:
     A few years back, director Cheung Chi-Sing made the underrated and interesting Love and Sex Among the Ruins. It’s apparent that the subject matter of that film (love, sexuality, choosing partners) weighs heavily upon him because he returns for more with this HK approximation of an independent picture. Aside from Milky Way regular Raymond Wong, the cast consists of a multitude of new faces (including “Counterfeit Shu Qi” Gaile Lok and emerging idol Bobo Chan Man-Woon) that manage to bring a freshness to the subject matter. However, their lack of experience shows as nobody has the charisma or presence to rise above the material. It’s dependent on Cheung Chi-Sing to make the whole thing work, and he doesn’t really do it. 
     Basically, the story concerns Mac (Raymond Wong), who loses one girl, finds another, and has a best friend who’s mean to his girlfriends. What this all means is next to nothing – all we get are ruminations and small insights into their lives. There’s an honesty and a sexual charge to the film that’s refreshing, but other than that nothing seems new or noteworthy. This is still an interesting film, but interesting doesn’t necessarily mean good. For Feel 100% (i.e. nineties relationship flick) junkies, this movie might have something substantial to offer, but for the rabid fan of HK’s popstar-obsessed culture this movie is an absolute skip. I tend to fall between the two extremes, so this movie left me thinking – for about 2 minutes.  (Kozo 2001)
Availability: DVD (Hong Kong)
Region 0 NTSC
Winson Entertainment
Cantonese and Mandarin Language Tracks
Removable English and Chinese Subtitles
image courtesy of Winson Entertainment Distribution, Ltd.
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