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This is a romance comedy from Hong Kong, where Raymond Wong plays Willie Ng, a sexually frustrated man who wants to be happy with his wife Sylvia (Sylvia Chang) but finds himself having a harmless fling with a girl (Nina Li Chi) he met during a business trip.
It's a movie full of mild adult humor and some good-nature romance, with a message offers a reminder that you should always treasure what you have and never take any of your loved ones for granted. It is also a movie with a fast-paced plot and some good acting, from Raymond Wong's reactionary scenes to Nina Li Chi's thick Shanghai-nese accent and alluring personality.
Overall, it's good romance comedy to offer a few chuckles here and there.
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