The Other Truth

(Hong Kong TV Series)
The Other Truth (DVD) Hong Kong TV Series
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The Other Truth

The Other Truth

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  • PAL Widescreen
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  • Cantonese, Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Simplified, Malay
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  • Title : The Other Truth / 真相
  • Listing date : 02 Aug 2011
  • Disc Qty : 5 pcs
  • Weight : 300(g)

  • Cast by
  • Tavia Yeung , Raymond Wong , Ruco Chan , Louis Yuen , Natalie Tong , Chris Lai , Sam Chan , Chung King Fai , Lee Sing Cheung
  • Synopsis
  • Does every verdict reveal the truth? inescapably, the attorneys in this procedural legal television drama, of varied personalities, tell their own story in the legal proceedings of the complicated cases that bring them justice.

    Barrister Keith Lau's (Ruco Chan) ambition knows no limits. He will do everything he can in order to win a case, even if it means putting himself at risk.

    His good friend Wallace Cheuk (Raymond Wong) runs a law firm. Although Wallace is a qualified barrister, he has no court experience, until Mavis Hong (Tavia Yeung) joins his firm. Thereafter, Wallace's debut meets with loud acclaim.

    Their good friend James Wai (Louis Yuen) is a down-on-his-luck lawyer who is financially dependent on his mother: but when a thorny case comes his way, it looks as if his luck has finally changed.

  • Synopsis
  • Does every verdict reveal the truth? inescapably, the attorneys in this procedural legal television drama, of varied personalities, tell their own story in the legal proceedings of the complicated cases that bring them justice.

    Barrister Keith Lau's (Ruco Chan) ambition knows no limits. He will do everything he can in order to win a case, even if it means putting himself at risk.

    His good friend Wallace Cheuk (Raymond Wong) runs a law firm. Although Wallace is a qualified barrister, he has no court experience, until Mavis Hong (Tavia Yeung) joins his firm. Thereafter, Wallace's debut meets with loud acclaim.

    Their good friend James Wai (Louis Yuen) is a down-on-his-luck lawyer who is financially dependent on his mother: but when a thorny case comes his way, it looks as if his luck has finally changed.