End of Love
Ming is an attractive young gay man living a hedonistic, precarious life of drugs and partying in Hong Kong. After an overdose, his secret identity as a male prostitute is revealed to his partner, who is furious and ends the relationship; Ming is transferred to a Christian rehabilitation camp. There, he comes clean with both his addiction and his sense of guilt. On his release, Ming is determined to live a ‘good’ life - but it is only a matter of time before the past catches up with him…
The second feature by young Hong Kong-born director Simon Chung, End of Love focuses not simply on the issues that face Hong Kong’s gay community, but the wider themes of love, sex, drugs, faithfulness and morality. It is, above all, a spiritual film that deals with a young man’s search for values, as he tests his capacity for love and takes the first tentative steps on a path of self-discovery.
• Interviews with Simon Chung, Guthrie Yip, Clifton Kwan, Chi Kin and Ben Yeung • Deleted scenes
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