Reviewed by: kjohnson
OK, but nothing great. Lau Ching Wun, Wong Chi Wah, and one of theNonsense Boys play three gay guys living together, who each have a set problems to work through in the course of the movie. Lau Ching Wun's problem is that he needs to keep his gayness secret in order to keep his job and one of his co-workers (Ng Sin Lin) has gotten interested in him. The movie, while sympathetic enough to gays to avoid offending anyone heterosexual, is told from a heterosexual viewpoint (complete with the fantasy that a gay character will go straight once they meet the right person) and could possibly offend gays. If it's on a double-bill, it won't kill you to sit through it. I wouldn't go out just to see it, though. Wait for the video.
Reviewed by: spinali
Sort of an HK The Boys in the Band, following the bittersweet love lives of three gay guys -- a pudgy bit actor ("Take a look at you," his father says, "You're a lady-boy!"), a failing scriptwriter, and a marketer for condoms (Lau Ching Wan); the latter whom finds he's being pursued by foxy co-worker Wu Xian Lian.
Reviewer Score: 3
[Reviewed by Steve Spinali]