Starting out as a screenwriter and novelist, Pang Ho-cheung’s best-selling novel, Fulltime Killer, was made into a movie by Johnnie To and Wai Ka-fai in 2001. Script in hand, Pang went to Golden Harvest and convinced them to fund his directorial debut, You Shoot, I Shoot, about a wannabe filmmaker and a fulltime hitman who team up to survive a slow economy by offering video packages of their assassinations. Next came his action movie parody, Men Suddenly in Black, about men cheating on their wives, and after that he was in business. Turning out a movie almost every year, Pang is an infinite source of creativity and ideas. Exodus posited a conspiracy theory in which the world’s women were out to kill all the men. Trivial Matters was a ten-part omnibus film about everything from grade school humiliation to haunted oral sex. His 2006 movie, Isabella, about a man who meets the adult daughter he never knew he had, won numerous awards at festivals around the world. And the one-two punch of Love in a Puff and Love in the Buff made him Hong Kong’s voice of modern day movie romance.