this movie is very slow pace; however, if you are a patient person then it is a good twisted ending kinda movie to see. both of these girls are in love with the same guy. The underlying theme of this movie is karma.
This movie was way better than expected. It was like relaxing in a quiet coffee house with your friends. The production values (acting, directing, sound and cinematography) were excellent. Unexpectedly, one song in particular helped to add a soulful ambiance. The storyline created a remarkable level of tension, a believable friendship between the two female characters and two totally unexpected twists at the end. Tao Hung and Gillian Chung were beautiful and easily evoked empathy. And as usual, Daniel Wu played the jerk ... very well. There were, however, two negatives in this title. The first was the DVD's menu - the English text is aligned perpendicular to the screen and is displayed using an almost unintelligible, blurry font. Secondly, the subtitles suffered from a minor amount of grammatical errors, but not enough to take away from the enjoyment of the story. The Dolby Digital 5.1 audio option provided the best sound I've heard in a long time. Definitely recommended.
Gillian Chung plays a woman who struggles with the recent breakup with her boyfriend and enlists the help of his current girlfriend to assist her. This movie, directed by Ho-Cheung Pang, is surprisingly artistic and subtle in its portrayal of relationships. The vision proposed is undoubtedly fresh, taking a more cynical (and unbiased) point-of-view. All in all, this romance movie is loaded with memorable moments (like the "post-breakup contemplation" and "key-making mission" scenes) and a satisfying conclusion (the final five minutes are superb).