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At the bar owned by Grandpa (Pal Sinn) in Lan Kwai Fong, avowed playboy Steven (Z.O.) meets air stewardess Jennifer (Shiga Lin) and enjoys a night of passion with her. The casual fling has surprisingly left him a lingering feeling of true love afterwards, but some misunderstandings prevent the budding relationship from blossoming. Months later Steven, still indulging in his debauched lifestyle, finds to his dismay that the girl he hasn't forgotten has become the fiancée of his boss (Jun Kung). In the meantime, the bar's manager Jacky (Jason Chan) struggles to choose between party queen Jeana (Jeana Ho) and his pregnant ex-girlfriend (Bonnie Xian), while mild-mannered lawyer Sean (Gregory Wong) falls for the promiscuous Cat (DaDa Chan)...
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|Artist Name(s):||Gregory Wong (Actor) | Jason Chan (Actor) | Chrissie Chau | Shiga Lin (Actor) | Z.O. (Chen Zhi Ming) (Actor) | Jun Kung (Actor) | Dada Chan (Actor) | Jeana Ho (Actor) | Cheng Ka Wai (Actor) | Lawrence Cheng | Sin Lap Man (Actor) | Emme Wong (Actor) | Miki Yeung (Actor) | Stephanie Cheng (Actor) | Bonnie Xian (Actor) | Sherman Chung | Phat Chan (Actor) | La Ying (Bro5) (Actor) | Vincent Kok | Conroy Chan | Jacqueline Chong | Ricky Fan | Steven Cheung | Race Wong | ZHANG XUE RUN | Gloria Wong | Pakho Chau | 24Herbs (Actor) | Bob Lam | Det Di | Ava Yu | Jiang Wen Jie 王宗堯 (Actor) | 陳 柏宇 (Actor) | 周秀娜 | 連 詩雅 (Actor) | 沈 志明 (Actor) | 恭 碩良 (Actor) | 陳靜 (DaDa) (Actor) | 何珮瑜 (Actor) | 鄭 家維 (Actor) | 鄭丹瑞 | 單立文 (Actor) | 黃伊汶 (Actor) | 楊愛瑾 (Actor) | 鄭融 (Actor) | 冼色麗 (Actor) | 鍾舒漫 | Phat Chan (Actor) | 喇英 (Bro5) (Actor) | 谷德昭 | 陳子聰 | 莊 思敏 | 范振鋒 | 張致恆 | 黃 婉佩 | 張學潤 | 黃榕 | 周柏豪 | 廿四味 (Actor) | 林盛斌 | 狄 易達 | 廖羽翹 雨僑 | 姜 文杰 王宗尧 (Actor) | 陈 柏宇 (Actor) | 周秀娜 | 连 诗雅 (Actor) | 沈 志明 (Actor) | 恭 硕良 (Actor) | 陈静 (DaDa) (Actor) | 何佩瑜 佩瑜 (Actor) | 郑 家维 (Actor) | 郑丹瑞 | 单立文 (Actor) | 黄伊汶 (Actor) | 杨爱瑾 (Actor) | 郑融 (Actor) | 冼色丽 (Actor) | Sherman Chung | Phat Chan (Actor) | 喇英 (Bro5) (Actor) | 谷德昭 | 陈子聪 | 庄 思敏 | 范振锋 | 张致恒 | 黄 婉佩 | 张学润 | 黄榕 | 周柏豪 | 廿四味 (Actor) | 林盛斌 | 狄 易达 | 廖羽翘 雨侨 | 姜 文杰 Gregory Wong (Actor) | 陳柏宇（ジェイソン・チャン） (Actor) | 周秀娜 （クリッシー・チャウ） | 連詩雅 （シガ・リン） (Actor) | Z.O. (Chen Zhi Ming) (Actor) | 恭碩良（ジュン・コン） (Actor) | Dada Chan (Actor) | ジョアナ・ホー (Actor) | 鄭家維（チェン・ガーワイ） (Actor) | 鄭丹瑞（チェン・ダンソイ） | 單立文（シン・ラッマン） (Actor) | 黄伊[シ文] （エム・ウォン） (Actor) | 楊愛瑾（ミキ・ヨン） (Actor) | 鄭融 （ステファニー・チェン） (Actor) | 冼色麗（ボニー・シァン） (Actor) | 鍾舒漫（シャーマン・チョン） | Phat Chan (Actor) | La Ying (Bro5) (Actor) | 谷徳昭（ビンセント・コク） | 陳子聰 （コンロイ・チャン） | 莊思敏（ジャクリーン・チョン） | 范振鋒 （リッキー・ファン） | スティーブン・チョン | Race Wong | ZHANG XUE RUN | Gloria Wong | 周柏豪 （パコ・チャウ） | 廿四味 （24Herbs） (Actor) | 林盛斌（リン・シェンビン） | 狄易達 （タット・ディッ） | 羽翹 （アヴァ） | 姜文杰 （ベンジー・チァン） Gregory Wong (Actor) | Jason Chan (Actor) | Chrissie Chau | Shiga Lin (Actor) | Z.O. (Chen Zhi Ming) (Actor) | Jun Kung (Actor) | Dada Chan (Actor) | Jeana Ho (Actor) | Cheng Ka Wai (Actor) | Lawrence Cheng | Sin Lap Man (Actor) | Emme Wong (Actor) | Miki Yeung (Actor) | Stephanie Cheng (Actor) | Bonnie Xian (Actor) | Sherman Chung | Phat Chan (Actor) | La Ying (Bro5) (Actor) | Vincent Kok | Conroy Chan | Jacqueline Chong | Ricky Fan | Steven Cheung | Race Wong | ZHANG XUE RUN | Gloria Wong | Pakho Chau | 24Herbs (Actor) | Bob Lam | Det Di | Ava Yu | Jiang Wen Jie|
|Director:||Wilson Chin 錢 國偉 钱 国伟 錢國偉（ウィルソン・チン） Wilson Chin|
|Producer:||Ng Kin Hung 伍健雄 伍健雄 Ng Kin Hung Ng Kin Hung|
|Subtitles:||English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese|
|Country of Origin:||Hong Kong|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Sound Information:||DTS Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1|
|Disc Format(s):||DVD, DVD-9|
|Region Code:||All Region What is it?|
|Publisher:||CN Entertainment Ltd.|
|Package Weight:||120 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1089788806|
底線放底D 激情爆High D
蘭桂坊是香港聞名的酒吧夜店集中地，有人尋找一夜繾綣、有人追求真摰愛情…蘭桂坊常客Steven (沈志明-飾) 遇上空姐Jennifer (連詩雅-飾)，二人發生一夜情。但他們感覺今次真的戀愛了，可惜因為誤會令Jennifer 心灰意冷下決定絕跡蘭桂坊。事隔八個月，Steven 重遇日思夜想的Jennifer，更希望能夠與她發展，可惜Jennifer竟已成為大老闆Leslie (恭碩良-飾) 的女朋友。朋友以過來人身份勸Steven要像其好友Sean Ma (王宗堯-飾) 一樣，相信自己的感覺，Sean更為蕩女Cat (陳靜-飾) 付出。Steven決定鼓起勇氣去向Jennifer表白自己的心意，可惜一切卻為時已晚；Jennifer剛答應了Leslie的求婚！ Steven毅然決定接受公司的調動，到外國總公司任職，好友們為他舉行Farewell Party，Jennifer 再次出現，他倆能否成為一對在燈紅酒綠的夜場中覓得真愛的戀人呢?
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For the uninitiated, Lan Kwai Fong is one of Hong Kong's most popular drinking areas, a nightlife beacon packed with bars and clubs and populated by young people looking for a good time. Director Wilson Chin (former TVB producer and helmer of Summer Love) tries to do justice to the famous district by bringing together a top eye candy cast of attractive up and coming actors, models and pop stars, including Z.O., Shiga Lin, Jason Chan, Miki Yeung, Stephanie Cheng, DaDa Chan, Jeana Ho, Bonnie Xian, Emme Wong, Gregory Wong, Jun Kung, and Pal Sinn, with plenty of cameo appearances from a long line of famous faces. A contemporary youth drama dealing with life, love, and especially sex, the film proved very popular with its target audience, scoring big at the domestic box office.
The plot revolves around a group of well-dressed youngsters who frequent the area and its clubs, in particular playboy bachelor Steven (Z.O.), who has a one night stand with gorgeous air stewardess Jennifer (Shiga Lin). The film skips forward to follow the ups and downs of their relationship over the coming months, as he struggles with notions of commitment and various misunderstandings get in their way. Although things don't work out between the two of them, as soon as Jennifer gets engaged to his boss (Jun Kung), Steven finds that he still has feelings for her. At the same time, his best friend, bar manager Jacky (Jason Chan) gets involved with Jennifer's friend Jeana (Jeana Ho) while trying to juggle his pregnant and emotionally disturbed ex (Bonnie Xian), and another of their gang, nice guy lawyer Sean (Gregory Wong) spends his time chasing after flirtatious party girl Cat (DaDa Chan), despite her sleeping with pretty much every guy she comes across.
It's really quite easy to see why Lan Kwai Fong has gone down so well with audiences, as it delivers exactly as promised, being a non-stop, over the top, at times hysterical parade of good looking people and couples having sex and going through problems and issues that are nowhere near life threatening. The film certainly does pack in a great deal of sex, in an impressive array of locations (though primarily nightclub toilets and alleyways) and although it doesn't feature any actual nudity, director Wilson Chin makes the very most of the actors' heaving cleavages and other parts of their anatomies, with eye catching and absurdly tight costumes that leave very little to the imagination. Whilst this might be a bit of a tease, and a category III rating might have helped, the film actually benefits from an odd air of innocence, especially since Chin never lays on any heavy handed moralising or the kind of harsh life lessons which might have been expected.
As a result, the film makes for a great deal of guilt-free fun, and though it does deal with some half relevant issues such as promiscuity, one night stands and pregnancy, it's clearly far more concerned with making its cast look good, delivering flashy visuals and a pounding dance soundtrack. Chin's direction is breezy and fast paced, switching smoothly between the various subplots, and although it's unlikely that viewers will really care about the characters, their various situations do at times ring true. It also helps that the film clearly isn't taking itself too seriously and is very funny in places, in part due to the fact when not bumping and grinding the cast spend most of the running time engaging in amusingly heavy drinking. With this and the overall glossiness of the backdrop bars and clubs, the film paints a pretty appealing picture of the area's hedonistic lifestyle, and while not being about much more than characters getting worked up about who is sleeping with who, it has a semi-authentic feel and definitely wins points for being a proudly local Hong Kong production instead of aiming for Mainland market.
In this respect, though it certainly has its flaws and is about as shallow and inconsequential as its characters, Lan Kwai Fong is a very enjoyable film indeed, and the kind of unpretentious entertainment which the Hong Kong industry definitely needs to be producing more of.
by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com