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12 Golden Ducks
Devastated by a love affair, former in-demand gigolo Future Chang (played by Sandra Ng) retreats to Thailand, leading the life a dissolute. Thanks to the intervention of his high school teacher, Mr. Lo, Future summons the courage to return to Hong Kong. With the help of his friend Ricky, a gym trainer, he works hard to get back into shape, determined to make a comeback in the “duck” (male escort) trade. To Future’s surprise, Hong Kong has undergone a dramatic transformation since he left the city. Even the rules of the duck trade have completely changed! In order to ply his trade, Future is reduced seeking clients at an old age nursery home for women. Meanwhile, the places where women can buy happiness have become much more accessible, operating in neighborhood establishments such as a Thai restaurant…Determined to adapt to their new environment, Future and his desperate cohorts Dick Wide, Nebula and Broker Chan decide to dedicate themselves to satisfying the needs of their new client.
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Personally, I can conclude that I definitely recommend watching the movie 12 Golden Ducks (2015), but most likely I will not watch it a second time soon. 12 Golden Ducks (2015) is a spectacular, gripping and uplifting film, albeit with its flaws, but it is definitely one of the best representatives of cinema made in recent times. After watching the trailer for 12 Golden Ducks, I didn’t make big bets on this movie, but in the end I was pleasantly surprised and think that this is one of the best films of 2015 of the year. You will spend 84 min minutes watching the movie. I want to throw in my five kopecks when discussing a film directed by Matt Chow, and the most appropriate phrase to describe it would be ’simple and tasteful’. I do not often say this, but the film turned out to be simply amazing, and the main actors: Anthony Wong, BabyJohn Choi, Carman Lee, Chau Pak-Ho, Chrissie Chau, Dada Chan, Derek Kwok, Eason Chan, Fiona Sit, Hui Siu-Hung, Ivana Wong, Joey Yung, Joyce Cheng, June Lam, Kelvin Kwan, Lisa Lu, Lo Hoi-Pang, Louis Koo, Michelle Chen, Michelle Wai, Nicholas Tse, Philip Keung, Sandra Ng Kwun-Yu, Simon Yam, Wilfred Lau, Wyman Wong Wai-Man, Zhao Wei seem to have the right to count the most flattering ratings from critics.