Driving Miss Wealthy

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Driving Miss Wealthy
DrivingMissWealthy.jpg
Film poster
Traditional 絕世好賓
Simplified 绝世好宾
Mandarin Jué Shì Hào Bīn
Cantonese Zyut6 Sai3 Hou2 Ban1
Directed by James Yuen
Produced by Henry Fong
Derek Yee
Written by Jessica Fong
Lo Yiu-fai
James Yuen
Starring Lau Ching-wan
Gigi Leung
Music by Raymond Wong
Edited by Leung Kwok-wing
Production
company
China Star Entertainment Group
One Hundred Years of Film
Film Unlimited
S & W Entertainment
Youth Film Studio
Distributed by China Star Entertainment Group
Release dates
3 May 2004 (2004-05-03)
Running time
103 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Driving Miss Wealthy (Chinese: 絕世好賓; Literal title: The World's Best Filipino) is a 2004 Hong Kong romantic comedy film directed by James Yuen and 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.

Synopsis[edit]

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 named Mario 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.

Cast[edit]

  • Lau Ching-wan as Kit / Mario
  • Gigi Leung as Jennifer Fung
  • Benz Hui as Police officer
  • Tats Lau as Dr. Andy Lau
  • May Law as Ybonne
  • Sophie Wong as Debbie
  • Jim Chim as Peter / Aunt Mary / Uncle Big / policeman / faker
  • Chow Chung as Tycoon Fung Kwok-lap
  • Jamie Luk as Soldier applying for bodyguard job
  • William Tuen as G$ applying fro bodyguard job
  • Gao Yuan as Pamela
  • Henry Fong as Director of TV commercialJohnny Lu as Samson
  • Poon An-ying as Harassed woman at identity parade
  • Johnny Lu as Samson
  • Leung Wai-yan as Jennifer's freeloading friend
  • JoJo Shum as Jennifer's freeloading friend
  • Poon Koon-lam
  • Albert Mak as TV commercial crew

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