Layar-21 – PG Love is the latest in a long line of Hong Kong films dishing on the lives of girls in the service industry – and by service industry, I mean the various Hong Kong businesses that use pretty young women as eye candy to entice horny guys. This romantic dramedy skews towards the less sordid end of that spectrum, looking at product promoters and club girls rather than full-on prostitutes. However, the line between the professions is sometimes perceived as a thin one, and PG Love covers that range by having some of its girls use their bodies for gain while others don’t – and yet they’re accused of being wanton moneygrubbers anyway. Oh, the injustice. This is where the film usually empathizes with the girls, concluding with a message like, “Hey, these girls are people with hopes, dreams and emotions too!” It’s an old formula and PG Love doesn’t stray far from it.