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Emotional Girl

Director(s): Chan Wing Chiu

Theatrical Release: 1993

Cast: Yiu Jing Ching, Ng Suet Man, Lam Wai, Chueng Kuo Chu, Julie Lee, Teddy Chen

Genre(s): Comedy, erotic

Countries: Hong Kong

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Ant Rating
Running Time: 85m.

Jean meets former school friend Ivy (Julie Lee) by chance at a disco. Ivy says she was kicked out of school for flirting, and proves this by making a concerted pass at Stephen (Jean's businessman father), much to the disgust of his live-in girlfriend Judy who, after providing the only properly full-frontal nude scene in the movie, quickly dresses and walks out in a huff. Ivy and Stephen get along well for awhile, but generation gap and Stephen's lack of interest in sex (which Julie Lee amply demonstrated in her opening scene) cause Ivy to lose interest. Ivy is picked up by bikie Michael (Lin Wei) and moves in with him the same night. For a time, we are treated to Ivy's attempts to sort out the feelings of Michael and his friends Teddy and Ying Ying for each other. Ivy eventually returns to Stephen. (