Film Review: Missbehaviour (2019) by Pang Ho-cheung

Pang Ho-cheung’s latest film “Missbehaviour” is a light and bubbly comedy of friends, held together by a downpour of gags, ranging from slapstick, to sarcastic, to toilet humour vulgarity. The Hong Kong director is a bona fide master of grown-up comedy, being responsible of many excellent additions to the genre, from the popular thirty-something romance trilogy to the more extreme “Vulgaria”, “Sdu: Sex Duties Unit” (as writer) and “Va”.

Missbehavior” is screening at New York Asian Film Festival (Nyaff) 2019

Not a proper Lunar New Year’s movie, “Missbehaviour” is in fact a reminder of the importance of getting together and not neglecting friendship. It is indeed what New Year’s holiday is all about – friends and family – and therefore it fits quite well in the festive spirit. The film focuses on a group of 8 close friends, members of a WhatsApp chat called “Ba Po” that for a series of
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