The White Girl is born allergic to the sun. She lives with her overprotective father in the last fishing village of Hong Kong. Street kid Ho Zai follows a group of Chinese tourists, snooping around the neighbourhood. The corrupt Village Chief welcomes them. What will become of this place? What will they do to protect it?
Jenny Suen graduated f rom the University of Pennsylvania and now works as an independent filmmaker in Hong Kong. The White Girl is her directorial feature.