Lost in Hong Kong is an action comedy film, with Xu Zheng and who tells of Xu Lai, who once dreamed of becoming artists and to marry the woman of his dreams. Fifteen years later his dreams back then have not been fulfilled, he is now married to Cai Bo, but he can’t forget his beloved Yang Yi. During a family vacation in Hong Kong, Xu Yang wants to see again.
Like Ashley Madison endorsers, a bra architect seeks after a slippery transgression in “Lost in Hong Kong,” a tamer yet at the same time pleasant follow-up to helmer-performer Xu Zheng’s directorial debut, the street trip drama “Lost in Hong Kong,” which impacted the world forever as China’s most elevated grossing household film until this past July. Trading the prior film’s silly fish-out-of-water muffles for powerful activity trapeze artistry and safeguard family show, induces the warm-and-fuzziest as a tribute to Hong Kong cinema and its part in mainland Gen-Xers’ nostalgic coming of age.