Jet is the star gigolo in Hong Kong. Arrogant, sexy, everyone falls in love with him, but he falls in love with no one... until one day he meets Sam, the hunkiest policeman to ever pound a beat on Hollywood Road. From then on, Jet changes himself into somebody he is not: innocent, sweet, clean, pure. It's way of setting a trap to catch Sam. But unknowingly Jet falls into the trap himself. Things begin to get out of control when it turns out that Sam's past is part of Jet's present.Written by
L.H. Wong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Composer: Chris Babida
Lyricst: Yao Chien
Sung by: Coco Lee See more »
Not So Good
This Gay movie is not really good so I won't suggest any of you to watch it. The story seems lost and the plot is too blur to be understood you can get confused somehow if you don't really focus on this movie, however the actors already tried their best to do their best in this movie. I heard from my sister that the story is based from Japanese yaoi manga, but still why I think that the manga may be better than the movie. I watched this movie just because I was curious at Daniel and Stephen acted together as a gay couple and they looked younger compare to now and their acting skill is not as good as now. Again the ending is quite disappointment but they follow the original story so it's OK even though I really don't like it.
If you curious of this movie you can try to look a fan made music video of "Bishonen" in youtube.com.
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