While Ophelia revisiting England with her girlfriend Yu, memories of falling in love recklessly with her ex Bowie pops up. By facing her past and throwing-back to a fearless romantic relationship, she revives the courage to love again.
Ophelia和女友小魚到英國旅遊時因遺失證件，Ophelia和在英國的舊朋友聯繫上，這令她憶起 Bowie。那一年，二人在網上結識，沒有見過面便墜入愛河。Ophelia為了帶生日驚喜給 Bowie，一個人跨越九千公里來到她家門前。可惜，二人發展沒有如Ophelia預期般順利，Ophelia帶著眼淚離開英國。這一段奮不顧身但沒結果的戀情令Ophelia現在對戀愛產生恐懼，和女友小魚重遊舊地時更崩潰痛哭，只好和小魚坦白，其實自己還未放下舊情人Bowie……
Ophelia lost her passport when traveling to the U.K. with her girlfriend Yu and thus reconnects with her old friend. The reconnection with this old friend reminds her of Bowie. Ophelia and Bowie met through an online dating app, and fell in love even though they had never met each other. Ophelia flew to the U.K to give Bowie a birthday surprise, however, their relationship did not go as smooth as Ophelia planned. Ophelia left the UK in tears. This reckless but sad ending relationship haunts Ophelia and turns her into someone who dares not love whole-heartedly. When Ophelia and Yu re-visit the place she has been to, Ophelia bursts into tears. Ophelia tells Yu about her past relationship, and confesses to her that she has not moved on.
It is a heart-breaking but romantic story. With the distance between two lovers, the relationship falls apart. It is not only a long-distance relationship, but more on how fantasy and expectations destroy promises, trust, and happiness. Selfless obsession in love is silly but the impulse reminds us of the irreversibility of youth.
Jane LEUNG graduated from the School of Creative Media at City University of Hong Kong, majoring in Cinematic Arts. She has participated in several films, TV programmes and short films as script-writer, including the film Fagara, adaptation of drama No News Is Good News, which was selected into The Golden Horse Film Project Promotion. She is currently a full time script-writer.
Director of Photography
LO Chun Yip
盧鎮業（小野）畢業於香港城市大學創意媒體學院，主修電影藝術。2010年開始拍攝《春夏之交》、《淹沒》及《金妹》等多部短片，2012年完成首部長片《那年春夏 . 之後》，曾參加多個影展並於南方影展獲當代觀點獎及人權關懷獎。
LO Chun Yip (Siuyea) graduated from the School of Creative Media at City University of Hong Kong, majoring in Cinematic Arts. Since 2010, he has been filming several short films including 21 Years After, Paradox and Sister Kam, which all set off from the socio-political perspective with regard to changes in the society. He finished his first feature documentary Days After n Coming in 2012 and joined a number of film festivals around the world.