Taiwanese actors Terri Kwanand Eddie Peng and Hong Kong's Peter Ho are set to star in Three DotsEntertainment's My DNA Says I Love You,written and to be directed by Robin Lee.

The high-concept romanticcomedy tells the story of two single girls who work in a biotech company anddecide to alter their DNA in an attempt to find love.

Kwan's credits include The Heirloom and Johnnie To's Turn Left, Turn Right; Ho has starred inJapanese films such as T.R.Y. and One Missed Call 2, while Peng has abackground in TV and recently made his feature debut with Exit No 6.

Taipei-based productionoutfit Three Dots is now searching for a mainland Chinese actress to round outthe cast of the film which is being pitched here at the Pusan Promotion Plan(PPP).

The pan-Chinese production -which Three Dots is co-producing with Hong Kong's FocusFilms, Singapore's Boku Films and Beijing-based Polybona - isscheduled to start shooting in Singapore and China in November.

Focus Films will overseeworldwide sales while Three Dots' strategic distribution partner SerenityEntertainment International will distribute in Taiwan.

Lee's first feature The Shoe Fairy, part of the Focus FirstCuts series, travelled to several festivals after its premiere in the NewCurrents section of Pusan last year.

Meanwhile ThreeDots/Serenity have secured their first deal at the Asian Film Market by sellingLeste Chen's Eternal Summer to Hong Kong's Edko Films. The gay-themed drama screens here in the New Currentssection.