Barbara Wong

Poster for the movie "Break Up Club"

Break Up Club

When aimless Joe is dumped by his mercurial girlfriend, Flora, he finds an unusual way to win her back: a magical website that allows users to win back lost loves, so long as they agree to break up another happy couple.

Women’s Private Parts

Barbara Wong interviews HK women (of all ages (even 4 year olds), all walks of life, all sexual preferences, singles, wives, mistresses, prostitutes) with an all women crew and gets some wild and frank responses. The documentary is bold, honest, funny and touching. Highly recommended to any man who wants to understand women better and any woman who wants a fun girls’ night out.

Six Strong Guys

Four men meet up on the rooftop of an office block for an unusual suicide plan. Driven to the edge by problems and stresses, are going to jump off the roof in a protest against the miserable lives of men. They are in for a big surprise when two more unexpected “guests” with the same suicidal intent join them and share a man-to-man talk.

Protege de la Rose Noire

Gillian and Charlene, as usual, play a couple of mismatched partners who come under the tutelage of the slightly nutty and love-sick Black Rose (Teresa Mo), a former Kung fu-fighting super-hero who grooms them for a life of fighting crime. Ekin Cheng plays a dim-witted cab driver who wears a Robin costume and becomes Charlene’s love interest. There is a bit of “comedy” as Rose confuses Ekin with her former lover and Gillian becomes jealous. … Read more

Don’t Forget I Love You

Music composer Yao is at the peak of his career when a brain tumour surgery leaves him with anterograde amnesia. As such, his memory `resets` everyday, that he can only recall past information but not new events. Unable to perform the simplest day-to-day tasks on his own, Yao hits rock bottom until meeting his psychotherapist, Xingyue.

Perfect Wedding

A generic romantic comedy for Hong Kong audiences that’s successful for what it is. Director Barbara Wong shelves any pretension or undue meaning – which is good news where Wong is concerned.