Rear Mirror

(Hong Kong TV Series)
Rear Mirror (DVD) Hong Kong TV Series
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Rear Mirror

Rear Mirror

  • Video
  • PAL: Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Cantonese / Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • English, Chinese Simplified, Malay
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
    4-Disc Box Set
  • Region code
  • Region All
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  • Title : Rear Mirror / 載得有情人
  • Genre : Romance
  • Episode : 1-20 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Hong Kong TVB
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2014
  • Listing date : 20 Sep 2014
  • Disc Qty : 4 pcs
  • Weight : 270(g)
  • Production country : Hong Kong

  • Cast by
  • Wayne Lai , Louisa So , Mary Hon , Susan Tse , Benjamin Yuen , Tony Hung , Chung King Fai , Stanley Cheung , Natalie Tong , Lau Kong , Amy Fan , Ronald Law
  • Synopsis
  • Feeling abashed when remembering his late father's teaching, minibus driver KEI YAT-SING (Wayne Lai), who has suffered setbacks in love and business, is determined to pull himself together and help raise his girlfriend's child. His neighbour HUNG CHI-LONG (Ronald Law) has regarded him as his own brother, hoping one day the relationship between his sister HUNG LAI-SA (Amy Fan) and YAT-SING will eventually blossom into romance so as to share each other's burden. However, YAT-SING seems a bit reluctant.

    One day due to a traffic accident, YAT-SING encounters the person-in-charge of the YIU Group, YIU NGAI-YAN (Louisa So), who appreciates YAT-SING so much that she hires him as her private chauffeur. In fact, in her company, it's easy to get entangled when it comes to workplace controversy. Apart from fighting a lone battle there, NGAI-YAN is also under close surveillance. As to her family members, only her cousin YIU CHI-HAU (Tony Hung) seems more reliable. Yet, as an indoors-type of person, he is very indecisive, keeping an ambiguous relationship with his co-worker MUI MAN-KWAN (Natalie Tong). Misconstruing that YAT-SING, out of greed, has already taken bribes, NGAI-YAN demands him to resign within seven days. Nevertheless, during this critical moment, YAT-SING manages to help NGAI-YAN out of trouble, and a subtle feeling gradually develops between them as a result. Unfortunately, both of them come to realise the difference between their social status as if they were in a real-life fairytale, finding themselves at a crossroads in life...

  • Synopsis
  • Feeling abashed when remembering his late father's teaching, minibus driver KEI YAT-SING (Wayne Lai), who has suffered setbacks in love and business, is determined to pull himself together and help raise his girlfriend's child. His neighbour HUNG CHI-LONG (Ronald Law) has regarded him as his own brother, hoping one day the relationship between his sister HUNG LAI-SA (Amy Fan) and YAT-SING will eventually blossom into romance so as to share each other's burden. However, YAT-SING seems a bit reluctant.

    One day due to a traffic accident, YAT-SING encounters the person-in-charge of the YIU Group, YIU NGAI-YAN (Louisa So), who appreciates YAT-SING so much that she hires him as her private chauffeur. In fact, in her company, it's easy to get entangled when it comes to workplace controversy. Apart from fighting a lone battle there, NGAI-YAN is also under close surveillance. As to her family members, only her cousin YIU CHI-HAU (Tony Hung) seems more reliable. Yet, as an indoors-type of person, he is very indecisive, keeping an ambiguous relationship with his co-worker MUI MAN-KWAN (Natalie Tong). Misconstruing that YAT-SING, out of greed, has already taken bribes, NGAI-YAN demands him to resign within seven days. Nevertheless, during this critical moment, YAT-SING manages to help NGAI-YAN out of trouble, and a subtle feeling gradually develops between them as a result. Unfortunately, both of them come to realise the difference between their social status as if they were in a real-life fairytale, finding themselves at a crossroads in life...