Burning Flame II

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Burning Flame II
烈火雄心 II
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Burning Flame II promo poster
Genre Modern Action
Written by Choi Ting Ting
Wong Wai Keung
Starring Wong Hei
Alex Fong
Maggie Cheung Ho-yee
Yoyo Mung
Flora Chan
Stephen Au
Annie Man
Kevin Cheng
Opening theme "燈蛾" by
Aaron Kwok
Ending theme "長痛長愛" by
Gigi Leung
Country of origin Hong Kong
Original language(s) Cantonese
No. of episodes 35
Production
Producer(s) Amy Wong
Running time 45 minutes (approx.)
Release
Original network TVB
Original release July 29 – September 13, 2002
Chronology
Related shows Burning Flame (1998)
Burning Flame III (2009)
External links
Website tvcity.tvb.com/drama/burn_flame2/

Burning Flame II (Traditional Chinese: 烈火雄心II) is a TVB modern action drama that focuses on the duties and challenges of Hong Kong firefighters. Wong Hei continues to be the leading star in this series along with other new cast members including Alex Fong, Maggie Cheung Ho-yee, Stephen Au, Yoyo Mung, and Flora Chan. Although it is the second installment in the Burning Flame series, the story and the characters are completely different from the first.

Synopsis[edit]

Kei Tak Tin (Wong Hei) a firefighter, wife passes away in a traffic accident, being a widower with a young daughter to take care of he does not dare take risks. His cautious and laid back work effects is seen as lazy and cowardly in the eyes of paramedic Chung Yan Yee (Maggie Cheung) who is assigned to the same fire station as him. Since the two are also neighbors they get to know each other and soon Yee see him as a loving and caring father to his young daughter. Yee starts dating Tin's younger brother Mark (Kevin Cheng) whom she had a crush on during her university years. Mark is the total opposite of Tin, he is good looking, well educated and well mannered. The two seem to be in a good relationship, but when Yee's juvenile delinquent past comes back to haunt her, Mark questions if they should really be together. Soon Mark begins dating someone else behind Yee's past and neglects her. When the daughter of a man Yee had injured in the past comes to blackmail her Tin is the only one that helps her deal with her problem. Soon Yee starts to see Tin in a new light and has feelings for him. She breaks up with him Mark, which he did not show any emotions. She and Tin soon starts dating to Tin's daughter delight and she already sees Yee as a mother figure to her.

Wilson (Alex Fong) is a strict firefighter supervisor that demands perfection from his team. He meets reporter Michelle (Flora Chan) during one of his fire rescues. Michelle is smart, well educated and independent when compared to his wife Yan (Yoyo Mung) who he sees as immature, tantrum throwing and very dependent on others. He starts to have feelings for Michelle that Yan eventually finds out about. Feeling that her husband has emotionally cheated on her by having feelings for another women Yan moves out, finds a job and starts providing for herself. She eventually learns to be independent and ask Ming for a divorce. Ironically Yan works for Michelle and both do not know that they love the same man.[1][2]

Cast[edit]

Leading Stars[edit]

Recurring Stars[edit]

Notable Guest Stars[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

2002 TVB Anniversary Awards[edit]

2002 Ming Pao Weekly Magazine Awards[edit]

  • Won: Performance Action Award (Jessica Hsuan)

2003 Next TV Awards[edit]

  • Top 10 TV Programs (Ranked #3)

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] specnet review. Retrieved 7-27-2014
  2. ^ [2]. Retrieved 7-27-2014

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