Two attractive strangers (Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg) meet in a foreign city and go walking and talking through the night.

Will they or won’t they fall in love? We’ve been this way before with the likes of Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise, but first-time writer-director Emily Ting’s winning romantic comedy has enough charm of its own to make it seem fresh.

The setting, the vibrant, neon-drenched streets of Hong Kong over two nights a year apart, gives the film a boost, as does the chemistry of real-life couple Chung and Greenberg.