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Delivery Boy, a gay tale that “fuses timeless themes of love and class differences with a vibrant new story”, screened in more than twenty five film festivals around the world, including San Francisco’s Frameline and the Iris Prize in Wales.
Hard-working Chunho delivers dumplings to fancy apartments in Hong Kong. Among his deliveries, he pines for the cute British expat who seems not to notice him whenever he shows up with his steaming package. But just when things start to look romantic for these two, class differences threaten to get in the way.
Written and directed by Hugo Kenzo
Produced by Sophia Shek
Starring Cheuk Piu “Champi” Lo, Phillip Smith and Thisby Cheng
A nice short film with, maybe, not the most inspired end. But decent, developing a good idea, proposing clash between two so different worlds, simplistic but decent, naive and predictable. So, nothing surprising . Only enjoyable for the traits of fairy tale or soap opera.