A sweet and daring portrait of blurred sexuality and love complications, this independent feature tells the story of Dennis and Aggie, pals since primary school and roommates for five years. He works in a painting studio while she’s a photographer and aspiring filmmaker. Both are gay, but inseparable as friends. Matters become tense, however, when Dennis announces an arranged marriage and Aggie finds herself increasingly jealous.
Creatively switching points of view and nicely detailing the milieu of each of her characters, debuting writer-director Gilitte Pik Chi Leung offers a bustling Hong Kong of reasonably successful, metrosexual youngsters whose views of life and love are very different from those of their parents. Stylistically innovative and bursting with energy, Love Me Not announces an exciting new talent on the scene.