Fan's father brings him to a movie and is found dead of a gunshot wound in the theater bathroom. Fan then swears to go after his father's murderer. When he turns seventeen, he and his best friend Ming--who's also obsessed with movies--both fall for a kung fu master's daughter, Nam, but Fan chooses to leave. Fan soon meets Yew, who lives alone at the mountainside. Through letters and stories of films, Fan encourages Yew's curiosity of the outside world. But when will he resolve his unfinished business with his father's killer?
It's a movie on the golden years of HK cinema with a great cast (Twins, Anthony Wong, Shawn Yu & Sam Lee). It's basically based on nostalgia of the old movies. The film doesn't however makes a great use of these films or doesn't state any interesting point of view on what has been the cinema at that time. All in all, it's an original setting for two non-original and dull love stories.