Press notes describe Ray Cheung's 2006 debut feature as "a quirky, stir-fried journey of self-discovery and, ultimately, a makeover of the British-Chinese gay experience." Translate that addled jargon into movie terms and you have an assortment of casual riffs on the London milieu of various Chinese homosexuals and transsexuals. Unfortunately the movie's more interesting and challenging social aspects, which imply more than one "British-Chinese gay experience," are often overtaken by its smarminess -- including the aggressive deployment of a banal score and the way some actors have apparently been encouraged to overwork their eyebrows.
Director: Ray Yeung
Writer: Ray Yeung
Producer: Chowee Leow and Ray Yeung
Cast: James Bridgeman, Ian Campbell, John 'Ebon-knee' Campbell, Gerard Canning, Stephen Carlill, David Cary, Shirley Chantrell, Kai Ting Chiang, Neil Collie and Paul Cox