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Duo Mingjin, Life Without Principle

La vita di tre persone ordinarie alla disperata ricerca di soldi viene sconvolta da una borsa con 5 milioni di dollari.

Duo Mingjin (Dyut Ming Gam) (Life Without Principle)

di Johnny To

Cast: Ching Wan Lau, Ken Lo, Richie Ren
Durata: 107′

An ordinary bank teller turned financial analyst is forced to sell high-risk securities to her customers in order to meet her sales target. A small-time thug delves into the futures index hoping to earn easy money to post bail for a buddy in trouble with the law. A straight-arrow police inspector who has always enjoyed his middle-income lifestyle is suddenly desperate for money when his wife puts a down payment on a luxury flat she can’t afford and his dying father wants him to look after a young half-sister he never knew he had. Three ordinary people who are in dire need of money for the predicaments in their respective lives have nothing in common until a bag of stolen money worth $5m pops up and lands them in an intricate situation that forces them into making soul searching decisions about right and wrong and everything in between on the morality scale. This is a turbulent world. In order to survive, people have no choice but play the game. No matter how hard you try to follow the rules, sooner or later, a part of you will be lost.

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