那個少女不多情之脫的疑惑
Emotional Girl - Doubt of Distress (1993)
Alias: Emotional Girl
Country: Hong Kong
Circuit: Regal 
Genre: Adult 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 10/28/1993 - 11/10/1993
Box Office: HK $5,813,309.00
 
Director
  Chan Wing-Chiu
 
Script
  Cheung Lai-Ling (1)
 
Producers
  Andy Chin Wing-Keung
  Joe Hau Wing-Choi
 
 
Cast
  Cecilia Yiu Ching-Ching ... Ivy
  Ng Suet-Man ... Jean
  Chang Kuo-Chu ... Stephen Cheung
  Teddy Chen Tak-Sum ... Teddy
  Lam Wai (2) ... Michael
  Julie Lee Wa-Yuet ... Judy
  Hui Pui ... Ying Ying [as Lam Yi]
 
Production Companies
  Regal Films Co. Ltd.
  Wong Chiu Din Ying Yue Lok Chai Chok Gung Shut
 
Filming Company
  Ho Tin Chai Chok Yau Haan Gung Shut
 
Distributor
  Regal Films Distribution Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Chow Yiu-Shan
  Dennis Chan Yiu-Wa
 
Art Director
  Hau Yeuk-Hon
 
Script Supervisor
  Ho Tim
 
Planning
  Cheung Lai-Ling (1)
 
Lighting
  Wu Tin-Yan
  Coffee Hui Tak-Cheung
 
Makeup
  Carmen Man Lai-Yee
 
Props
  Hoh Shu-Wing
 
Cinematographer
  Cheung Ging-Nin
  Joe Chan Kwong-Hung
 
Editor
  Mei Fung (2)
 
Costume Designer
  Lu Ha-Fong
 
Presenter
  Jue Pau-Giu
  Stephen Lo Kit-Sing
 
Assistant Director
  Pang Yuk-Lam
 
Hair Stylist
  Tsui Heung-Wing
 
Composer
  Johnny Yeung Kei-Cheung
 
 
 
Summary
 

A relationship between two girlfriends is put to the test when one is attracted to the others father. The affair starts off with a spark but slowly fizzles...[from the Tai Seng Catalog] Jean meets former schoolfriend Ivy by chance at a disco. Ivy says she was kicked out of school for flirting, and proves this by making a concerted pass at Stephen (Jean's businessman father), much to the disgust of his live-in girlfriend Judy who, after providing the only properly full-frontal nude scene in the movie, quickly dresses and walks out in a huff. Ivy and Stephen get along well for awhile, but generation gap and Stephen's lack of interest in sex (which Julie Lee amply demonstrated in her opening scene) cause Ivy to lose interest. Ivy is picked up by bikie Michael (Lin Wei) and moves in with him the same night. For a time, we are treated to Ivy's attempts to sort out the feelings of Michael and his friends Teddy and Ying Ying for each other. Ivy eventually returns to Stephen.