Twenty Something (Wan 9 zhao 5) (1994)





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Teddy Chan Tak-sun spins this serious-minded look at the sexual lives of Hong Kong's Generation X. The film follows the lives of a number of men and women who frequent a trendy bar. Bo (Jordan Chan Siu-chun) is a hedonistic lady-killer who doesn't feel a night's complete until he has taken someone home; Alice (Valerie Chow Kar-ling) is a nice girl and a sexual neophyte; Jennifer (Farini Cheung Yui-ling), on the other hand, is blessed (or cursed) with an unusually voracious sexual drive; Sue (Yau Chau-yuet) is a neurotic, overwrought lass who is always either bawling on the nearest shoulder or making half-hearted suicide attempts; and finally, there is Pat, everyone's overweight friend. In the course of the movie, couples form and fall apart and a whole lot of people take a tumble in the sack.
Art House & International , Drama
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A provocative film (then) made in early '90s HK Cinema, depicting attitude towards sex & relationships of the post-'70s generation (or 'the post-war 3rd generation' as it proclaimed). Average overall. It's the theme song impresses me most, after all.


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