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- Movie: Single Blog
- Chinese: 单身部落 (Dan sun bo lok)
- Director: Po-Cheung Lee
- Writer: Chi Keung Fung, Dik-man Lai
- Producer: Hing-Ka Chan, Shirley Yung
- Cinematographer: Chung-to Tse
- Release Date: May 31, 2007
- Runtime: 88 min.
- Language: Cantonese
- Country: Hong Kong
Sex or love, which is more important? There are three female flat mates: Vivian (Jo Kuk) is frivolous; Kitty (Rain Li) is prim and proper; and Mei Wah (starring Monie TUNG) is ditsy. Through new experiences of love and sex, they find themselves.
Vivian is from a wealthy family who enjoys clubbing and socializing. Her life is wild and carefree, but she meets Donald (starring CHAN Fai Hung) who is totally different. He is an extremely pure and honest guy. While in love with him, she finds security and changes utterly, she wants to live a simple life with her new man. However the temptation of outside world comes from the bottom of her heart. How can she make a choice between love and sex?
Kitty does everything by the book. She would have married her boyfriend Woody (Kwok Cheung Tsang) if he had not fallen for another. The pain of the break up inspires her to change. She devotes herself to experience the nightlife. The various sexual experiences broaden her horizons. When she meets Woody again she finds she still has feelings for him but she is no longer the same obedient girl as before. Can they rekindle the relationship?
Mei Wah is in the habit of relying on others to make decisions for her. She is longing for someone who can truly love and protect her. When she looses her boyfriend Endy, she has a nervous break-down. At the same time her smart talented boss Ms. Lok comes into her life. Mei Wah realizes love can exist between two women and such kind of love is even more attractive and exquisite. However when Endy comes back to her, she feels unable to reject him. How can she handle the two relationships?
Three women, with three different love and sex experience, tell us that sex and love cannot be separated. Women¡¦s talk is always thought provoking and stimulating.
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