Hong Kong cinema has a style and prestige all its own, but unless you’re a big cinema fan or from the region, you probably aren’t all that familiar with it. As a thriving and relatively well-liked film industry, it also acts as an experimental field for film makers to tackle lots of different issues, especially modern ones plaguing the world they see around them. This film deals with a subject that’s not just familiar to a Chinese audience but a global one — the online sex trade.
Let’s take a look at Girl$.
A review copy was provided by FUNimation Entertainment.