情難自制
My Pale Lover (1993)
Country: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Thai 
Genre: Adult 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
 
Director
  Chow Jan-Wing
 
Producer
  Yi Yi (1)
 
 
Cast
  Yvonne Yung Hung ... Mu Gwai (Rose)
  Lam Wai (2) ... Gung Fei
  Paul Che Biu-Law ... manager
  Patrick Keung Hiu-Man ... Gum Sing
  Chiu Wai (2)    
  Ying Siu-Liu ... Puzzle
  Chan Kin-Yat    
 
Production Company
  Dynasty Films & Entertainment
 
Cinematographer
  Andy Fan Chuen-Yam
 
Production Manager
  Leung Bing-Kwan
 
Art Director
  Lam Jan-Fai
 
Editor
  Li Kwong-Tim
 
Lighting
  Leung Kwai-San
 
Assistant Director
  Lee Bing-Leung
 
Composer
  Li Kwong-Tim
 
 
 
Summary
 

The film opens in Club Venus, somewhere in the HK nightclub district, but with topless (and sometimes bottomless) Thai go-go girls gyrating to Thai pop music and even talking in Thai, this scene could well have been filmed in Patpong. Anyway, after much confusion and random changes of scene and people having sex just about everywhere, the story eventually settles down to be a wacky relationship quadrangle. Warning : this film has no subtitles, so some of what follows is guesswork. Mu Gwai (Rose) is an office manager who fancies Gum Sing. Gung Fei (a sort-of Chinese Don Johnson) runs the nightclub and is fancied by tit-bouncing good-time-girl barmaid Sei Kee, much to the annoyance of Gung's girlfriend, the bar manager. Mu and Sei swap jobs, Mu is attracted to the leather-jacketed Gung to the annoyance of Gum, who is then pursued by Sei. A number of the scenes are pinched from Pretty Woman (the HK one), including the one where a woman walks in on a man having a headjob under the desk.