Zhang Zhe, a genius student, and Zhang Nan, a handsome swimmer, couldn't understand each other. They did not expect to meet each other at the same university. Zhe is a mathematical genius, but has a social phobia; Nan is an athlete, but he hates being used as a racing machine by his father. The two men help each other by the means of mutual encouragement. Nan helps Zhe overcome his social fears while Zhe helps Nan find the real meaning of being an athlete.
Story: It was a fun and light-hearted movie that moved quite quickly (which was why I was confounded by the turn of events in its sequel, "The Ambiguous Focus.")
The two boys had a love-hate relationship that blossomed into a close-friendship, and eventually into a full-blown relationship (not shown here but in the sequel).
Obstacles were in the way, but they were quite minor as the two guys were able to rely on each other.
Cast / Acting: Not much to say, except that they're hot, especially in their swimming trunks.
Music: Not memorable.
Re-watch Value: I'd rather re-watch something else.
It was neither here or there, but I certainly liked this one better in terms of substance, than its sequel, "The Ambiguous Focus."