Wars of In-Laws 2 (TVB) (4discs)
Lisa Wang, Bosco Wong, Myolie Wu

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Product Information
Language:Cantonese / Mandarin
Subtitles:English, Traditional Chinese, Malay
Sound:Dolby Digital 2.0
Release Date:Apr 17, 2009
Publisher:PMP Entertainment
Product Made In:Malaysia
Aspect Ratio:1.33:1
Case:Digipack



Product Details
Region Code: All, NTSC
Single Side Dual Layer
Audio: Cantonese / Mandarin
No of CDs: 4 DVDs
Model: TVB149ME

Rating for English subtitles: Good

Wars Of In-Laws II 蛮奶奶战师奶 Vol.1-20 End DVD

Starring: Lisa Wang, Bosco Wong, Myolie Wu, Benz Hui, Joyce Tang, Derek Kok, Nancy Wu, Stephen Huynh, Patrick Tang

Introduction:
Magazine editor-in-chief Kwo Pik (Wang Ming Chun, Liza) will never save face for her superiors, nor will she come to the defense of her subordinates. She shows no mercy to her enemies and does everything she can to keep her son Kwo Tak (Wong Chung Chak, Bosco) under her thumb. She is an iron lady who can't afford to lose anything. As she is still full of confidence that she can determine her son's future life, a plain, geeky-looking girl name Chow Lai-Man (Wu Hang Yee, Myolie) has already managed to become the wife of Tak. Later Man resigns from the police force and chooses to work as a magazine journalist, thus leading to even more conflicts between her and Pik.

Not long after, Pik is dragged into a scandal and gets framed by her assistant Ko Po-Po (Tand Lai Ming, Joyce), which causes her to lose her place all of a sudden. Facing dramatic career slump and her deteriorating relationship with her son and daughter-in-law. Pik moves to the outlying islands on her own. There she meets a new man in her life, the knowledgeable and talented But Ping-Fan (Hui Shiu Hung) who was once a convict. From Fan, Pik has learnt how to reflect on herself and let go of the past. As everything seems to be going fine, Man discovers that there is a conspiracy going on and that the magazine she is working for is in danger of falling apart...

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