Limelight Years

(Hong Kong TV Series)
Limelight Years (DVD) Hong Kong TV Series
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Limelight Years

Limelight Years

  • 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 : Limelight Years / 華麗轉身
  • Genre : Romance / Comedy
  • Episode : 1-22 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Hong Kong TVB
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2015
  • Listing date : 27 May 2015
  • Disc Qty : 4 pcs
  • Weight : 270(g)
  • Production country : Hong Kong

  • Cast by
  • Liza Wang , Damian Lau , Linda Chung , Michelle Yim , Eliza Sam , Alex Fong
  • Synopsis
  • Wah Fong-Ying (Liza Wang), a diva of her time, has a son and two daughters from two previous failed marriages. Following her incredible recovery from a terminal illness, she suddenly comes to realize that she is lonely all by herself after walking away from the limelight. Reflecting on her whole life, she eventually finds the courage to go to Taiwan in person to rebuild her relationship with her eldest daughter.

    While there, she gets to know a studio photographer, Law Bun-Hon (Damian Lau), who comes to Taiwan to fulfill his late wife, Ming Ha's (Michelle Yim) dying wish of returning to her hometown.

    From ordinary to extraordinary, Fong-Ying and Bun-Hon pull through for each other, helping each other out. Getting inspired, Fong-Ying is bent on holding a concert for all her beloved family members and friends as her swan song. Although her younger daughter Tong Yan (Eliza Sam) gives her the cold shoulder, Fong-Ying devotes herself to the preparation ranging from recruiting a new assistant, Szeto Tik-Tik (Linda Chung), to bringing in a creative director, Song Sheung-Hang (Alex Fong).

    Due to a tiff between the two young people, they often pick quarrels with each other, refusing to give way to one another. However, during the preparation process of the concert, slowly, their love grows. Just as Sheung-Hang is about to publish a special edition for Fong-Ying, he learns about Fong-Ying's scandal that has been hidden for so many years. In the mean time, Tik-Tik also uncovers Fong-Ying's intertwined history with her uncle; whereas Bun-Hon suddenly starts having hallucinations...

  • Synopsis
  • Wah Fong-Ying (Liza Wang), a diva of her time, has a son and two daughters from two previous failed marriages. Following her incredible recovery from a terminal illness, she suddenly comes to realize that she is lonely all by herself after walking away from the limelight. Reflecting on her whole life, she eventually finds the courage to go to Taiwan in person to rebuild her relationship with her eldest daughter.

    While there, she gets to know a studio photographer, Law Bun-Hon (Damian Lau), who comes to Taiwan to fulfill his late wife, Ming Ha's (Michelle Yim) dying wish of returning to her hometown.

    From ordinary to extraordinary, Fong-Ying and Bun-Hon pull through for each other, helping each other out. Getting inspired, Fong-Ying is bent on holding a concert for all her beloved family members and friends as her swan song. Although her younger daughter Tong Yan (Eliza Sam) gives her the cold shoulder, Fong-Ying devotes herself to the preparation ranging from recruiting a new assistant, Szeto Tik-Tik (Linda Chung), to bringing in a creative director, Song Sheung-Hang (Alex Fong).

    Due to a tiff between the two young people, they often pick quarrels with each other, refusing to give way to one another. However, during the preparation process of the concert, slowly, their love grows. Just as Sheung-Hang is about to publish a special edition for Fong-Ying, he learns about Fong-Ying's scandal that has been hidden for so many years. In the mean time, Tik-Tik also uncovers Fong-Ying's intertwined history with her uncle; whereas Bun-Hon suddenly starts having hallucinations...