Known for its pubs and clubs frequented by Hong Kong locals, expats, and tourists alike, Lan Kwai Fong gets its own tribute in this star-studded, sexually charged romantic drama. Touted as the Twenty Something
for this generation, the topical movie presents a realistic picture of the people seeking love, pleasure, and perhaps something more in the famous hub of Hong Kong nightlife. Former TVB variety producer Wilson Chin (Summer Love
), a steadfast proponent of the old adage "sex sells", has put his leverage and connections to good use, lining up an array of attractive actors, singers, and models for his second film in the director's chair. The ensemble cast of Lan Kwai Fong
features heartthrob Z.O. Chen Zhi Ming (Marriage with a Liar
) and pop starlet Shiga Lin, as well as Jason Chan, Miki Yeung, Stephanie Cheng, DaDa Chan, Jeana Ho, Bonnie Xian, Emme Wong, Gregory Wong, Jun Kung, and Pal Sinn. Adding numerous other star cameos, the distinctively Hong Kong production was a surprise hit at the box office.
At the bar owned by Grandpa (Pal Sinn) in Lan Kwai Fong, avowed playboy Steven (Z.O.) meets air stewardess Jennifer (Shiga Lin) and enjoys a night of passion with her. The casual fling has surprisingly left him a lingering feeling of true love afterwards, but some misunderstandings prevent the budding relationship from blossoming. Months later Steven, still indulging in his debauched lifestyle, finds to his dismay that the girl he hasn't forgotten has become the fianc e of his boss (Jun Kung). In the meantime, the bar's manager Jacky (Jason Chan) struggles to choose between party queen Jeana (Jeana Ho) and his pregnant ex-girlfriend (Bonnie Xian), while mild-mannered lawyer Sean (Gregory Wong) falls for the promiscuous Cat (DaDa Chan)...