Crazy Love (1993)
Crazy Love attempts to mix soft-core sex with broad situation comedy, and the surprise is that it actually works all right, for the most part. Leading lady Loletta Lee isn't that great an actress, but this film wisely stays away from complex drama and instead uses Lee's virginal looks and fresh-faced charm. The character of Jane is actually a pretty interesting one — part Brigitte Bardot imitator (in her mischievous exhibitionist tendencies) and part Loki-like troublemaker. She likes to make trouble for men who ogle her, and the resulting shenanigans are unsubtle, but often funny, if a bit broad and unsophisticated in that Hong Kong way. And the addition of the sexually liberated hippie character is actually quite advanced for a Hong Kong film — there is enough charm in the character to prevent him from being a complete cliche. The erotic scenes are mostly tame and self-consciously shot, with generic shots and music thrown in for the measure, but there is one genuinely erotic scene where Lee touches herself — is it coincidence that it's also the one erotic scene here where she keeps most of her clothes on?