Dvd: Dvd 9 Dual Layer
Video: Mpeg 2
Audio: Dolby Digital AC3
Audio Channels: 2
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Resolution: 720×480 px
Region code: All Countries
Special Features: Interactive Menus, Scene Selections
Margaret, Boh, and Bik are best friends with distinct personalities. Bright and fast-thinking Margaret is the top salesperson at her company, while the mouthy Boh, although working at the same company, spends her money on branded goods and is in a constant search for what she calls her “long-term rice ticket”, which actually means a wealthy husband. Bik suffers from minor paranoia (just kidding, although it definitely seems like that), is ultra-sensitive to money matters and always guarding her bucks. Although she scratches people when they take her money, deep down she is a good-hearted girl willing to help out her friends whenever needed.
The passive and slightly clued-out Man’s group of friends consists of Sean, a freelance advertising agent who entirely fits the epitome of a “flower flower prince” (Cantonese slang meaning a guy who is a player) but who, in reality, is witty and genuine. Sean and Fatty (the horizontally-gifted younger brother to an equally horizontally-gifted Salina) spend their days trying to convince Man to dump irritating big spender girlfriend Sheila, while Fatty temporarily entertains dreams of becoming an actor.
Eventually all of the characters, with the exception of Bik, get fired or laid off from their jobs. Sean ends up at the same company as Bik, much to her annoyance, while Man and Fatty also end up working there. Margaret and Salina partner up to establish a restaurant, and Boh? She drives a taxi. She and Fatty also accidentally sleep together when drunk (much to Boh’s horror, who is less than fond of Fatty’s looks and lack of riches). Boh gets pregnant, and reluctantly marries Fatty, while the latter caters to Boh’s every whim like a slave. Bik and Sean get together, but both realize that Bik finds Sean too insecure, and break up.