Hong Kong romantic comedy. Tai Chi (Francis Ng), who is from a tiny Chinese village, moves to Western Central Hong Kong - the big city - with ambitions of becoming a private detective. In ... See full summary »
Hong Kong romantic comedy. Tai Chi (Francis Ng), who is from a tiny Chinese village, moves to Western Central Hong Kong - the big city - with ambitions of becoming a private detective. In his new flat, he discovers 99 unopened letters with their stamps cut. He reads them and discovers they are for his beautiful neighbor Lok To from her boyfriend Gala in France...but for some reason she has never received any of them. Unable to tell Lok To that he has read such intimate letters, he decides to try and help reunite the lovers in another way...He buys the nearby bakery and hires her as an assistant. Things get complicated when he begins to fall for Lok To himself, and Gala returns from France with another woman. Written by
Excellent chick flick! William So is not only talented in singing but acting.
"Bakery Amour" is definitely up there with the list of good chick flicks to be seen when you are in the mood for some good acting from Francis Ng and William So. I must say that William So is not only a talented composer singer musician but now is showing some real skills in acting too. Yes, this is not the major lead for him. Yet his supporting role gives Francis Ng, the wit and reality checks he needs. All in all. This is a good love story with an ending that won't leave you depressed, but feeling good. Baking bread might just lead to love!
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