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Girls Unbutton is a silly Chinese comedy. Wait, before you guys think that I am bashing this film, read on.
I do not mean to say that the film is not good. Far from that. By silly, I mean that this film isn't the usual Chinese film which more often than not produces martial arts and historical films.
This film revolves around three girls, about their life and relationships. It is funny and witty, and silly. I like the film because it is brain-dead, as there are nothing heavy to think of, nor does it have long winded storyline to complicate the film. And the film is rather short, which suits me just nice, especially since those Chinese films are usually more than two hours long.
Do note that there are some nudity, so viewers discretion is advised.
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