From the makers of 3D Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy
comes this year's Hong Kong erotic hit Due West: Our Sex Journey
. First-time director Mark Wu turns the best-selling novel by mysterious Internet erotica writer Xiang Xi Murakami Haruki into a 3D Hong Kong production duly described as a sensual cross between American Pie
and You Are the Apple of My Eye
. Making witty commentary on the contemporary society as well as the modern dating scene, the Category-III blockbuster works both as a hilarious account of a young man's journey of sexual awakening, and as a raunchy sex comedy showcasing tons of attractive girls in various degrees of nudity. The cast features Justin Cheung (The 33D Invader
) as the westbound crusader, supported by Gregory Wong, writer-director Mark Wu and a group of sexy actresses and models from Hong Kong, China and Taiwan, including Jeana Ho, Celia Kwok, Angelina Zhang, Daniella Wang, and Japanese adult-video star Kizaki Jessica.
Brought up in a strict middle-class family in Hong Kong, Frankie (Justin Cheung) has grown up a well-behaved but sexually repressed boy. He owed his sexual enlightenment to his only friend at high school, Jing, who even helped to arrange a camping trip for him and the beautiful girl he fancied (although the expected cherry-popping night didn't happen quite as planned). After coming back from his education in the UK, Frankie, now in his 20s, begins dating this girl named Zeta (Celia Kwok). The couple is a good match in every aspect except one the most crucial one unfortunately which spells demise for their relationship. Under the influence of Jing (Gregory Wong) and James (Mark Wu), a worldly friend he met in England, the frustrated Frankie begins traveling north to the nearby town of Dongguan to seek pleasure. He becomes addicted to finding satisfaction and solace in the Mainland red-light districts, in particularly with a prostitute named Xiaosi (Daniella Wang), who expertly gives him a taste of extreme ecstasy. But Frankie's heart really belongs to Zeta, even his body longs for Xiaosi instead. Struggling between morals and desire, will he find his way out of the labyrinth of love and lust?