Million Loves in Me

  • Golden Globe Awards

Million Loves in Me (Malaysia/Hong Kong)

Million Loves in Me, directed by Sampson Yuen Yun Hong, is inspired by a headline case in Hong Kong: a 45-year-old woman, Katy, was charged with animal cruelty when the police discovered she was hoarding more than a hundred dogs and cats in her apartment. In the film, a Malaysian production in Cantonese and Mandarin shot in Hong Kong, Katy's mother (played by Hong Kong actress Lo Koon-Lan) is suffering from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, an illness she developed after being abandoned by her husband and son, who spends her time splurging on fancy restaurants, jewelry, and puppies.