Three stories by three directors, all with a common theme: conjugal affairs in the ever-changing sexual landscape of Hong Kong. The trio of tales is loosely connected by having the protagonists share a luxury flat. Director Samson CHIU's "Star Hunter" depicts a philandering hairdresser (Jan LAMB) who finally meets his match (WU Chien-lien) and discovers love isn't what it's cracked up to be. Yonfan's "Lonely Hearts Club" is a special delight with its balance of comedy and humanity in the May-December affair between a young stockbroker (Nicky WU) and his boss's soon-to-be ex-wife (Sylvia CHANG). The fun continues in the final chapter, the Sylvia CHANG-directed "Unwed Mother" and a sparkling turn by Maggie CHEUNG as a pregnant lady unsure over the identity of the baby's father. The sum of its 3 parts is a multi-faceted look at love, Hong Kong style, and a revealing glimpse of urban morals in the twilight of the 20th century.