This is another great entertainment from Wong Jin. A beautiful girl (Chingmy Yau) gets dumped by her fiancé of 7 years due to his infidelity with another woman. This part itself is pricelessly funny in the movie, but later that night, she meets a gay guy (Michael Wong) who thinks she's cute. Imagine a gay guy taking interest in a woman.
Wong Jin puts in even more twists to the story. Cher's (Chingmy Yau) father buys 600 luxury toilet seats and sinks for a high rise he's trying to sell to the mainlanders. The deal falls through, and he's in debt for 30M HK Dollars. The gay guy's friend's brother turns out to be a rich developer who's impotent. He's seen Cher and is looking all over HK for her. While Cher and her friend Sorry goes to see if this guy's company might be interested in buying the toilet seats (completely by coincidence), and his brother finds out that she's the girl his older brother is looking for.
The title of the movie roughly translates to "Indecent Gift" and hints at what Cher has to do to get the money she needs.
The movie is pretty middle of the road for Chingmy Yau and Wong Jin. It's not their best or the worst work, but amazingly consistently good quality their movies comes out to be.
Good comedy - romance - satire as usual from Wong Jin, starring the gorgeous Chingmy Yau. Even with glasses on she looks stunning. We probably won't see the likes of her for long time to come.
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