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Guilty Conscience (Blu-ray) (2023)

Guilty Conscience (Blu-ray) (2023)

1080 FULL HD, AVC, Dolby Digital,
Language: Cantonese, Subtitle: English, Chinese,


HK$245.00
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Description

1080 FULL HD, AVC, Dolby Digital,
Language: Cantonese, Subtitle: English, Chinese,
Cast: Dayo Wong, Louise Wong, Fish Liew,
Blu-ray Region A, Dolby TrueHD 5.1, Dolby Digital,
Drama Film,
Director: Ng Wai Lun,
Distributor: Edko Video Ltd,
Release on 21-July-2023,

Synopsis 133 minutes:
In a moment of irresponsible negligence, sharp-tongued barrister Adrian Lam (Dayo Wong) mishandles a child abuse case and indirectly sentences the innocent Jolene Tsang (Louise Wong) to prison for 17 years. Falling from disgrace, Adrian decides to serve the public and defend the commoners, until an unlikely opportunity for appeal surfaces. Determined to right his wrong, Adrian gathers former partners Evelyn Fong (Renci Yeung) and Prince (Ho Kai Wa) to free Jolene, but that would mean fighting against the tycoons, Victoria (Fish Liew) and Desmond Chung (Adam Pak), who also have barrister James Tung (Michael Wong) as their private consultant. With pressure from media and police…..

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