Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
In an uninspired, often trivial comedy from Hong Kong director Chan Friend, a virginal young man is told by his father that he cannot get married before he is 30 or bad luck will plague him for the rest of his life. His condition of unwanted virginity is like a disease -- it just has to be eradicated. So he ignores his father's advice when he meets an attractive woman who is a beautician for dead people -- she fixes up the bodies at funeral homes -- and he marries her. But the consummation of the marriage does not happen until several complications and mishaps are cleared away -- just another series of disconnected segments that comprise this uneven film.
beautician, consummation, marriage, virgin