Driving Miss Wealthy
|Driving Miss Wealthy|
|Directed by||James Yuen|
|Produced by||Henry Fong
|Written by||Jessica Fong
|Music by||Raymond Wong Ying-Wah|
|Editing by||Leung Kwok-Wing|
|Studio||One Hundred Years of Film Co. Ltd.
S & W Entertainment
Youth Film Studio
|Distributed by||China Star Entertainment Group|
|Release dates||3 May 2004|
|Running time||103 min.|
Driving Miss Wealthy (traditional Chinese: 絕世好賓; simplified Chinese: 绝世好宾; pinyin: Jué Shì Hào Bīn; Cantonese Yale: Jyut Sai Hou Ban; Literal Title: The World's Best Filipino) is a 2004 Hong Kong romantic comedy film that reunites La Brassiere's Lau Ching-Wan and Gigi Leung. In the film, Lau poses a chauffeur hired to look after the spoiled rich woman played by Leung.
Leung plays Jennifer, the spoiled-rotten daughter of a millionaire. When Jennifer's father realizes that she's spending way too much money, he hires Kit (Lau) to pretend to be a Filipino chauffeur and chaperone her. Then, Jennifer's father decides that he's going to teach her the value of money and hard-work, so he pretends to be ill, leaving all the money to Pamela, his business partner. Pamela kicks Jennifer out into the street to live with Kit/Mario. The two learn to live together and work hard to get back on top.
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