Yellow Fever

Directed by Raymond Yeung
26 mins

A love story set in 1990s London, following the life of Monty, a gay Chinese anglophile desperately seeking his “white knight.” A chance encounter with his new Chinese neighbor, Jai Ming, turns Monty’s Vivienne Westwood wardrobe upside down. Initially repulsed, Monty experiences unfamiliar feelings of attraction followed by reactionary denial and a long-overdue look in the mirror at his own inferiority complex. This 1998 comedy is imbued with a dash of camp and a trace of glamour. Raymond Yeung’s (Front Cover) Yellow Fever is an offbeat and witty portrayal of gay Chinese subculture in a European-dominated society.

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