Three 'Bukowskian' torrid nights in the life of a man in search of love. Harry Voss, 12, is young and naive. Love, for him, is romantic love between princes and princesses demurely kissing each other on the mouth. His father is a hero who kidnapped his mother and married her on a lonely mountain peak… Later on, he'll do the same. But Harry has a lot to learn. He also learns that there are handsome men and ugly ones, that love can be unfair. That one can find comfort in drinking… but above all he learns that man is capable of anything - absolutely anything! - to get his fair share of love.
Loletta Lee goes Category III in this sleazy romp about a young girl and her discoveries about love, sex, and how it imparts on the subtle, empowering exhortations of her soul. Blah, blah, blah. In actuality, this uninspired romantic comedy is just lightweight fluff about Jane (Loletta Lee), who skips her overseas trip to school and hikes around Hong Kong. Along the way, she plays voyeur, is nearly assaulted, fools a couple of ugly older men (Shing Fui-On and Tommy Wong, who thankfully don’t get involved in any Category III action), and meets a really nice guy (Poon Jan-Wai). And sleeps with him.