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  • Movie: Love Off the Cuff
  • Country: Hong Kong
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Love Off the Cuff (2017)

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The third installment in Pang Ho-cheung’s hit series about a star-crossed couple.
Love In A Puff (2010) introduced the couple Cherie and Jimmy who meet over a cigarette in the street after Hong Kong has banned indoor smoking. The follow-up, Love In The Buff (2012), sees the couple break up and reunite in Beijing. The third installment follows the couple to Taiwan and sees their relationship tested when Jimmy’s childhood friend askshim to donate sperm for her artificial insemination. Paul Chun Pui stars as Cherie’s estranged father who turns up unexpectedly with a much younger second wife.

  • Country: Hong Kong
  • Type: Movie
  • Release Date: Apr 27, 2017
  • Score: 7.1 (scored by 4 users)
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Jul 1, 2017
Overall 7.0
Story 6.0
Acting/Cast 7.5
Music 7.0
Rewatch Value 6.0
Love in the "Love Off the Cuff" presents us with an unlikely pair, Jimmy, a fine man who acts as an advertiser and Cherrie, an older woman who works in the cosmetics industry. The film has a distinct indie vibe and is a wonderful reflection of a time the couple had their "handsome encounter".
His story followed its course, turned into something like "lexicon of love". Cherie and Jimmy are practically old friends than they are for a couple.
Basically the movie talks about them, they are back to work period in Beijing and have settled into a routine with their relationship in a comfortable routine. Jimmy's "godmother" (Jiang Meng Jie) and Cherie's strange father (Paul Chun Pui) with his young bride Apple (Wang Xiao Chen) entered their lives to complement the story. Overall it's not a bad movie but it's not engaging either, just another story of true lovemaking and trials.

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