Oxide Pang produced this film school wet dream: a single film made by seven directors, including four student filmmakers plucked from Hong Kong's local film programs. Called "Seven's", the seven filmmakers collaborate to tell the high-concept tale of a bunch of kids enrolling in an impromptu film class. At the center of the group are Janice (Janice Man) and Ling (Elanne Kong), two lifelong friends who find themselves competing over nearly anything and everything. Their new competition comes with a particular prize: Him (Law Chung-Him), a studly film student who makes his mark on each girl in manufactured fashion. Janice spies Him lifting someone's wallet on the bus, while Ling catches Him actually stealing her wallet. However, during the ensuing chase, he saves her from a beating from a triad, so she changes her mind about him and infatuation blossoms.
Him gets away with Ling's wallet, but that's neither here nor there, because his criminal activity is soon swept under the rug by the filmmakers themselves. Him is in need of money for a mysterious reason, and decides to teach film class to make some dough. Both Janice and Ling catch on and enroll to stalk him, of course ignoring the fact that he's a two-bit thief who committed crimes in front of their pretty little eyes. Their rivalry for Him's attentions soon becomes obvious to the entire class, which is made up of some attractive and not-so-attractive friends, some would-be boyfriends (both Ling and Janice have puppy-dog suitors who follow them to the class), and a couple of people who apparently know kung-fu.
After seeing the girls get all hot-and-bothered, Him and his cousin have a brilliant idea: why not get the girls to compete on screen in their new, shot-on-video movie? There's also an ulterior motive to Him's plan, but that's not revealed until the end of the film, so let's pretend that the plot that really matters and not reveal spoilers.
Revolves around two high-school best friends Ling and Janice, who are competing for the attention of the same boy, Him. Him, living with his bored and perverted cousin in money-hungry circumstances, plans to make some cash by offering film lessons. Unsurprisingly, Janice and Ling both enroll in his course and ferociously contend for his attention.