Richard (Frankie Wei) & his blind wife Jiali (Terry Liu) travel to Thailand
for a vacation, but no sooner do they enter their hotel than they meet Bai
Lanshi (Henry Yu Yung), who immediately invites Richard to pick up some girls
for extra-marital sex. At first, Richard declines, but when his eyes fall on
sensual Danna (Dana), his defenses start to crumble, & when, after a series
of more or less funny encounters, she really invites him to her room for
you-know-what, he devices a clever plan to have an affair with Danna without
his wife noticing - well ok, it's not that clever, since it is only
putting a fair amount of sleeping pills inot his wife's milk ...
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His wife however is not that stupid & exchanges their drinks, causing
him to collaps while preparing to go out.
Later that night, however, he is up again, escapes his room & sleeping
wife over the balcony, & soon has sex with Danna. The affair leaves a
triumphant taste in his mouth, & soon Richard, accompanied by Bai Lanshi,
has more & more affairs & grows less & less careful ... until one
day, when he's in bed with Danna again, her gangster-boyfriend Wang Jun with
gang arives at her door. & though Richard can escape him, chase him off
& then elope with Danna, in the end, when he's having sex with Danna under
open skies, he is found out by Wang Jun & his gang again, chased through
the woods & finally, Wang Jun prepares to castrate him when ...
He wakes up in a hospital bed, where he was committed for an overdose of
sleeping pills intended for Jiali, & everything after him taking them was
just a dream ... & from now on, he won't even think about cheating on his
wife no more ...
Somehow, sex-comedies from the 70's, no matter where they are from, all look
& feel pretty much the same. Wasn't it for the Asian actors, this movie
might just as well be from Italy, Germany, Great Britain or France, as it, like
its European contemporaries, combines some soft sex with remarkably unfunny
comedy & a stupid story, is watchable only as a piece of nostalgia, with -
from today's point of view - trivialities like fashuion, hairdos or furniture
way more entertaining than the actual onscreen goings-on.
Director Ho Fan, by the way, entered showbusiness in the early 60's as a
photographer, before becoming an actor, his most famous role probably that of
the Monk in Shaw Brothers' Journey
to the West-series. It wasn't until the 70's that he started a
third career as a director, mnainly of erotic movies.