First Love: Litter on the Breeze Trailer

First Love: Litter on the Breeze Trailer (1997)

13 December 1997 99 mins

Eric Kot Man Fai’s directorial debut tells two tales of first love, before and after. In the first, Takeshi Kaneshiro (Chungking Express) stars as a garbageman who falls in love with a sleepwalking young woman (Lee Wai-Wai). The second is about a convenience store owner (Eric Kot Man Fai) who is troubled by the return of an old lover whom he jilted years before. Semi-experimental in approach, the film explores similar themes to Wong's highly visual romantic style whilst also showcasing the director’s unique voice and creativity.

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First Love - Litter on the Breeze Trailer

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Hong Kong 13 December 1997

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