Needless to say, the sex obsessed man is soon lusting after a new challenge in the form of Pinky AV star Uehara Kaera , who reminds him of the woman he lost his virginity to. I might as well say it now to get it over with, yes, there is a fairly non stop parade of graphic scenes of almost every variety imaginable. Trying to keep one step ahead of Wu Song and his increasingly unhappy wives, Simon enlists the help of family maid Plum Winnie Leung, who previously starred in a number of horror films, including Deadly Camp, Dial D for Demons and New Blood, though it seems that even he may not be able to worm his way out of trouble this time. Simon Qing is a great, if not exactly likeable protagonist, utterly obsessed with his own carnal desires and increasingly ruthless in his willingness to sacrifice others in pursuit of his own satisfaction. The actresses are all beautiful, whether unclothed or wearing push up bodices that put Curse of the Golden Flower to shame and the film is certainly easy on the eyes, thanks also to some surprisingly handsome production values. This gives it a further boost, and sets it several notches higher than its predecessors of old. I mentioned his new wife that he gets in this film, and she plays an important role in the film. Sex and Chopsticks 2 certainly stands as one of the better examples of the genre, and as a great reminder of the highly questionable, though very enjoyable kind of off the wall nonsense that Hong Kong cinema used to produce. With excellent production quality, and a keen eye to make the actors look as sexual as possible, the only thing this film really suffers from is a weak script and lack of pacing. Adding Pinky to his collection of wives means doing away with his own friend, but Simon is willing to commit more murders to serve his unchecked desires. If you have a strong stomach and a curiousity for a world in film not often explored, then this film should satisfy. The Plum in the Golden Vase. This having been said, gratuitous sex and nudity is certainly the film's raison d'etre and on this score it certainly delivers, with a fairly non stop parade of graphic scenes of almost every variety imaginable. As the story unfurls, he attempts to ravish many more women, obviously not learning his lesson. The plot begins where the original left off, with Simon Qing feeling pretty awesome, having added another woman to his collection of concubines after murdering her husband Wu Da Lang. Although it is not to suggest that the film is a tasteful affair, Chin's camera does at least linger instead of leer, and despite the nasty edge during the latter stages, there is a sense of fun to most of its encounters. This film basically falls in that category.