Gimme Gimme (2001)

Director
Lawrence Lau

Main cast
Yoyo Chen; Chui Tien-You; Yoky Lo; Yu-Wah Siu; Cheuk-Wai Yuen

Genres
Romance, Drama

Description
Lobo and Skid are very close friends. They study in the same class and often play in a band and play skateboards with their classmates. Soda, one of their classmates, has many girlfriends concurrently, and Suki is his closest girlfriend. Fion is another classmate. She is addicted to chat in phone with friends and strangers every day. She always thinks she will find a true love from playing line.


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