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Lan Kwai Fong 2 follows four romantic plotlines. Poor photography assistant Rain (Kelvin Kwan) meets sultry rich girl Summer (Shiga Lin) at a party, and the two immediately hit it off despite coming from very different backgrounds. Ad agency worker Don (Sammy Sum) becomes obsessed with the erotic photos of a married woman named Siri (Liu Yuqi), whose cell phone accidentally ended up in his hands. Stock broker Avis (Avis Chan) is a reluctant partygoer who finds himself in love with a call girl (Mia Chan) bullied by his boss. Beat cop Fai (Dominic Ho) often bumps into sexy club DJ Maxim (Linah Matsuoka) in the back alley.
|Product Title:||Lan Kwai Fong 2 (2012) (Blu-ray) (2020 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version) 喜愛夜蒲2 (2012) (Blu-ray) (2020再版) (香港版) 喜爱夜蒲2 (2012) (Blu-ray) (2020再版) (香港版) 喜愛夜蒲2 (2012) (Blu-ray) (2020再版) (香港版) Lan Kwai Fong 2 (2012) (Blu-ray) (2020 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version)|
|Artist Name(s):||Kelvin Kwan (Actor) | Shiga Lin (Actor) | Adason Lo (Actor) | Sammy Sum (Actor) | Liu Yu Qi (Actor) | Joey Tang (Actor) | Vincci Cheuk (Actor) | Jaime Fong (Actor) | Jiang Wen Jie (Actor) | Linah M. (Actor) | Sita Chan (Actor) | Benedict Chong (Actor) | Chen Wei Cheng (Actor) | Dominic Ho (Actor) | Connie Man (Actor) | William So | Leo Ku | Eric Suen | Timmy Hung | King Kong | Alex Fong Lik Sun | Niki Chow | Jacqueline Chong | Ricky Fan | ZHANG XUE RUN | Yu Di Wei | Gregory Wong | Bob Lam | Christine Kuo | Wilson Chin 關楚耀 (Actor) | 連 詩雅 (Actor) | 羅 力威 (Actor) | 沈 震軒 (Actor) | 劉羽琦 (Actor) | 鄧建明（太極樂隊） (Actor) | 芝See菇Bi (Actor) | 方 珈悠 (Actor) | 姜 文杰 (Actor) | 松岡李那 (Actor) | 陳 僖儀 (Actor) | 莊 冬昕 (Actor) | 陳 偉成 (Actor) | 何 浩文 (Actor) | 文凱玲 (Actor) | 蘇永康 | 古巨基 | 孫耀威 | 洪天明 | 金剛 | 方 力申 | 周麗淇 | 莊 思敏 | 范振鋒 | 張學潤 | 余迪偉 | 王宗堯 | 林盛斌 | 苟 芸慧 | 錢 國偉 关楚耀 (Actor) | 连 诗雅 (Actor) | 罗 力威 (Actor) | 沈 震轩 (Actor) | 刘羽琦 (Actor) | 邓建明（太极乐队） (Actor) | 芝See菇Bi (Actor) | 方 珈悠 (Actor) | 姜 文杰 (Actor) | 松冈李那 (Actor) | 陈 僖仪 (Actor) | Benedict Chong (Actor) | 陈 伟成 (Actor) | 何 浩文 (Actor) | 文凯玲 (Actor) | 苏永康 | 古巨基 | 孙耀威 | 洪天明 | 金刚 | 方力申 | 周丽淇 | 庄 思敏 | 范振锋 | 张学润 | 余迪伟 | 王宗尧 | 林盛斌 | 苟 芸慧 | 钱 国伟 關楚耀（ケルビン・クヮン） (Actor) | 連詩雅 （シガ・リン） (Actor) | 羅力威 （エイダソン・ロー） (Actor) | Sammy Sum (Actor) | Liu Yu Qi (Actor) | 鄧建明（ジョーイ・タン） (Actor) | Vincci Cheuk (Actor) | 方珈悠 （ジェイミー・フォン） (Actor) | 姜文杰 （ベンジー・チァン） (Actor) | Linah M. (Actor) | 陳僖儀（シータ・チャン） (Actor) | 莊冬昕（ベネディクト・チョン） (Actor) | Chen Wei Cheng (Actor) | Dominic Ho (Actor) | Connie Man (Actor) | 蘇永康（ウィリアム・ソー） | 古巨基（レオ・クー） | 孫耀威（エリック・ソン） | 洪天明（ティミー・ハン） | 金剛 | 方力申 （アレックス・フォン） | 周麗淇（ニキ・チャウ） | 莊思敏（ジャクリーン・チョン） | 范振鋒 （リッキー・ファン） | ZHANG XUE RUN | 余迪偉（ユー・ディーウェイ） | Gregory Wong | 林盛斌（リン・シェンビン） | 苟芸慧（クリスティン・クオ） | 錢國偉（ウィルソン・チン） Kelvin Kwan (Actor) | Shiga Lin (Actor) | Adason Lo (Actor) | Sammy Sum (Actor) | Liu Yu Qi (Actor) | Joey Tang (Actor) | Vincci Cheuk (Actor) | Jaime Fong (Actor) | Jiang Wen Jie (Actor) | Linah M. (Actor) | Sita Chan (Actor) | Benedict Chong (Actor) | Chen Wei Cheng (Actor) | Dominic Ho (Actor) | Connie Man (Actor) | William So | Leo Ku | Eric Suen | Timmy Hung | King Kong | Alex Fong Lik Sun | Niki Chow | Jacqueline Chong | Ricky Fan | ZHANG XUE RUN | Yu Di Wei | Gregory Wong | Bob Lam | Christine Kuo | Wilson Chin|
|Director:||Wilson Chin 錢 國偉 钱 国伟 錢國偉（ウィルソン・チン） Wilson Chin|
|Blu-ray Region Code:||All Region What is it?|
|Subtitles:||English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese|
|Place of Origin:||Hong Kong|
|Picture Format:||[HD] High Definition What is it?|
|Sound Information:||Dolby Digital 5.1, 7.1, DTS-HD Master Audio|
|Disc Format(s):||Blu-ray, 25 GB - Single Layer|
|Screen Resolution:||1080p (1920 x 1080 progressive scan)|
|Video Codecs:||AVC (MPEG-4 Part 10)|
|Publisher:||CN Entertainment Ltd.|
|Package Weight:||120 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||1 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1089788803|
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Viewers are cordially invited to take a trip back to Hong Kong's heaving, bump and grind nightlife centre in Lan Kwai Fong 2, the sequel to one of the surprise hits of summer 2011. Wilson Chin again takes the directorial reins for another tale of attractive young people falling in and out of love and each other's beds, pulling together a glamorous ensemble cast including a returning Shiga Lin (who actually won a Best New Performer nomination at the Hong Kong Film Awards for her role in the original), plus singer Kelvin Kwan (Nobody's Perfect), TVB actor Sammy Sum, male model Avis Chan, boy band Bro5 member Dominic Ho, and sultry models Liu Yuqi, Mia Chan and Linah Matsuoka, with Alex Fong (Summer Love) and other stars making cameo appearances.
As with the first film, the plot follows a variety of different characters whose lives and love lives seem to revolve around the nightlife of Hong Kong's famous Lan Kwai Fong. At the centre of the many intertwining tales are lowly photography assistant Rain (Kelvin Kwan) and rich girl Summer (Shiga Lin), who hook up at a nightclub, though find their ensuing relationship troubled by the gap between their finances. Meanwhile, after finding a phone in the club, Rain's boisterous friend Don (Sammy Sum) spends his time desperately trying to track down a mysterious woman who keeps sending him alluring pictures. Several other characters experience similar relationship intrigues, including a quiet young police officer (Dominic Ho) shyly pursuing aggressive Japanese DJ Maxim (Linah Matsuoka) and downtrodden bosses?man Avis (Avis Chan) falling for the usual kind of sweet natured prostitute (Mia Chan).
Lan Kwai Fong 2 certainly knows what its audience is after, serving up scene after scene of its ridiculously good looking cast getting involved in all kind of naughty shenanigans. As with the original, this doesn't translate into any actual nudity, though the film certainly scores high on the tease scale, with a mind boggling number of shots of cleavage, side breast and shirtless males, combined with some hilariously daft sex scenes involving tactically placed limbs or characters wearing clothes in the shower. There's plenty implied if not shown, and the film is a fun, racy affair throughout, enough so to please fans of soft-core and mild, eye candy sleaze.
Thankfully, Wilson Chin never seems to be taking things too seriously, and the film only makes half-hearted efforts at engaging with contemporary Hong Kong issues or urban youth culture. This is probably just as well, as realism goes out the window from very early on, with even the most supposedly poor of characters being comfortably able to afford bottles of champagne in the area's notoriously pricy bars and clubs. The few stabs at social commentary are basic and never too heavy handed, and the film is amusingly hypocritical, dabbling occasionally in morality while happily glorifying the joys of a hedonistic, responsibility free lifestyle. This does result in some very entertaining unintentional comedy, with daft plots and sub plots revolving around characters that it's hard to imagine any viewers remembering after the first ten minutes, let alone caring about what happens to them ?not that this is much of an issue anyway, since the predictable plot is a brazen mixture of common cliches thrown together without thought or care, in particular during the entirety of the wonderfully absurd melodrama of the final act.
Still, it's hard to hold this against Lan Kwai Fong 2, a film which, very much like its predecessor, delivers exactly as expected, without any fuss or pretentions, and should be enjoyed by any viewers who find its slight premise and charms appealing. Though the very definition of lightweight, it's a cheerfully seedy piece of glossy, essentially harmless exploitation, and wins a few extra points for being one of the increasingly rare Hong Kong rather than Mainland Chinese focused productions.
by James Mudge - BeyondHollywood.com