Born Rich

(Hong Kong TV Series)
Born Rich (DVD) Hong Kong TV Series
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Born Rich

Born Rich

  • Video
  • PAL Fullscreen 4:3
  • Audio
  • Cantonese , Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English , Chinese , Malay
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  • DVD Disc
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  • Title : Born Rich / 富貴門
  • Episode : 1-41 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Hong Kong TVB
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2009
  • Listing date : 16 Dec 2009
  • Disc Qty : 9 pcs
  • Weight : 420(g)
  • Production country : Hong Kong

  • Directed by
  • Man Wai Hung
  • Cast by
  • Ray Lui , Gallen Lo , Jamie Chik , Kenix Kwok , Anita Yuen , Joe Ma , Nancy Sit
  • Synopsis
  • Sophisticated banker Marcus Cheuk (Ray Lui) mistakes con artist Sha Fu-loi (Gallen Lo) for his half brother Cheuk Yatming, fortuitously elevating the swindler to one of the leading figures in the banking industry. The lost and found brotherhood has blinded Marcus to Fu-loi’s real nature and intentions.

    Marcus is kidnapped overseas by a group of rioters. He undergoes a dramatic personality change after the incident. His wife Connie (Jamie Chik) has tried her best to console him but still cannot help him get over the unpleasant experience. Longing for more comfort and support, Marcus gets back with his ex-lover Angie (Kenix Kwok). Connie is heartbroken to learn about the affair and it has left the broken mirror that can't be mended.

    The identity of Cheuk Yatming gives Fu-loi not only a sense of family warmth but also a sweet taste of romance. He finds himself in love with Marcus's younger sister Rene (Anita Yuen). Rene is also attracted to Fu-loi, but thinking that they are true biological siblings, she decides to keep her love under wraps and stays with her long-term admirer Topman (Joe Ma) instead. Later on, Yatming kisses her and, thinking that her brother loves her in the wrong way, goes to Sabah to try forget about Yatming.Topman follows her there and they fall back in love after Topman finds the ring she throws into the ocean. This comes as a huge blow to Fu-loi. He is not willing to lose his love, but neither can he reveal his real identity. Caught up in the dilemma between love and money, Fu-loi finally chooses the fortune road of no return.

    It is all about a tough battle for money, a devious triangle of love, and a severe challenge to ethics.

  • Synopsis
  • Sophisticated banker Marcus Cheuk (Ray Lui) mistakes con artist Sha Fu-loi (Gallen Lo) for his half brother Cheuk Yatming, fortuitously elevating the swindler to one of the leading figures in the banking industry. The lost and found brotherhood has blinded Marcus to Fu-loi’s real nature and intentions.

    Marcus is kidnapped overseas by a group of rioters. He undergoes a dramatic personality change after the incident. His wife Connie (Jamie Chik) has tried her best to console him but still cannot help him get over the unpleasant experience. Longing for more comfort and support, Marcus gets back with his ex-lover Angie (Kenix Kwok). Connie is heartbroken to learn about the affair and it has left the broken mirror that can't be mended.

    The identity of Cheuk Yatming gives Fu-loi not only a sense of family warmth but also a sweet taste of romance. He finds himself in love with Marcus's younger sister Rene (Anita Yuen). Rene is also attracted to Fu-loi, but thinking that they are true biological siblings, she decides to keep her love under wraps and stays with her long-term admirer Topman (Joe Ma) instead. Later on, Yatming kisses her and, thinking that her brother loves her in the wrong way, goes to Sabah to try forget about Yatming.Topman follows her there and they fall back in love after Topman finds the ring she throws into the ocean. This comes as a huge blow to Fu-loi. He is not willing to lose his love, but neither can he reveal his real identity. Caught up in the dilemma between love and money, Fu-loi finally chooses the fortune road of no return.

    It is all about a tough battle for money, a devious triangle of love, and a severe challenge to ethics.