Eddie is a teenager who likes to b-boy around the streets and challenge other breakdancers, including his main rival Colorful Punk. One day, Eddie witnesses a hawker by the name of Mini showing off his acrobatic skills to a crowd, after having been into a situation where the cops ceased his selling business and wondering around looking for food. He is forced to demonstrate his skills to the crowd after he tried to grab free food nearby meant to be for the crowd. Mini's performance impresses Eddie and the latter hooks up and takes Mini to his home. Eddie's sister, who is running a fast food restaurant, however refuses to let Mini stay until Eddie convinces her by letting him help out with her business. Meanwhile, Eddie continues his ventures in high school that includes his love interest Anna who is the most popular female student at his school while having to stand her annoying friend, Shirley. At the same time, Colorful Punk hooks up with his American friend, Kenny, at the airport ...
Did You Know?
Shot shortly after his debut movie Drunken Tai Chi
(1984), this was Donnie Yen
's second movie out of a three-picture deal with Woo-Ping Yuen
's production company. However the aforementioned movies didn't do well at the local box-office convincing Yen to off the deal and take a break. Yen returned to the States and worked at the Chinese Wushu Research Institute for a year before returning to Hong Kong to give a shot at acting again by taking up acting lessons at TVB and signing with D&B Films Company. See more