The Red Ribbon Centre co-operated with the HKLGFF since 2006, the two co-organised activities which include a LGBT Book Fair, Short film competition, photography competition, underwear painting and an art installation exhibition. They hope through different channels to effectively promote safer sex messages to the LGBT Community. Since LGBT film production in Hong Kong is limited, Red Ribbon Centre and HKLGFF decided to produce film with a true reflection of the local gay community.
The idea of shooting the movies began in 2013 with The School of Film and Television with assistance from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts spent many months of data collection and field observations within the gay community, and then script writing, casting and after all this the official shooting which was finally completed in early January 2014.
Jun is a reckless, rebellious young man. His sexual orientation made his father furious, with his mother (Han) stuck in the middle; even after the father’s death they are still unable to reconcile and even though Jun and his mother only have each other, they do not communicate. Knowing that being gay is not accepted, although they live together, there is a wall between the two.
Michael is an honest, stable young man who works in a bank. He cannot get love from his parents because they are both only interested in work and their business dealings in China. When Michael met Jun, two lonely souls fell deeply in love, without caring what other people think.
One day, Jun's ex-boyfriend told him a secret, Jun and Michael now face the most severe test in their relationship and Han has an unprecedented impact.
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