無冕皇帝
News Heart (2003)
VCD title: New's Heart
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Imperial 
Genre: Drama 
Rating: II A (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 09/04/2003 - 09/10/2003
 
Director
  Hung Chung-Hap
 
Script
  Shum Lap-Keung
 
Producer
  Ng Kin-Hung (1)
 
 
Cast
  Gigi Lai Chi ... Gigi
  Winnie Lau Siu-Wai ... Lok Lam
  Richard Ng Yiu-Hon ... Uncle
  Edmond So Chi-Wai ... Wai
  Winnie Leung Man-Yee ... Coco
  Alfred Cheung Kin-Ting ... Convenient store boss
  Amanda Lee Wai-Man ... Amanda
  Woody Chan Chin-Pang ... Fanco
  Hon Yeung ... Cheung
  Ho Ting-Yan ... Wah
  Tiffany Cheung Pik-Shan ... suicide girl
  Sze Mei-Yee ... Uncle Man
 
Production Company
  B&S Limited (B&S Films Creation Works House)
 
Filming Company
  Friendship Entertainment Company Limited (Forever Good Entertainment Limited)
 
Distributor
  B&S Films Distribution Company Limited (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Leo Lo Hoi-Ying
 
Sound Recordist
  James Tse Yiu-Kei
 
Art Director
  Miu Ka-Fai
 
Lighting
  Alan Chow Wing-Lun
 
Makeup
  Emma Lee Chi-Mei
 
Props
  Chung Tak-Cheung
 
Cinematographer
  Mak Hoi-Man
 
Editor
  Ng Wang-Hung (1)
 
Costume Designer
  Lau Lai-Jan
 
Presenter
  Small Siu
 
Assistant Director
  Adam Lam Kin-Wan
 
Hair Stylist
  Yip Wai-Choi
 
Composer
  Hon Yeung
  Patrick Kwok Chi-Yin
 
 
 
Summary
 

News Special is a tabloid in small circulation. Uncle, the chief editor, whose boss tells him an Australian media group, is going to buy the business. News Special is facing to be restructured. In order to save the press and the colleagues, Uncle has to improve the sales in good circulation again in three months, or else he'll leave. Uncle wants to enhance the entertainment coverage and the celebrity section. He hires Gigi as a reporter. Under the supervision of Wai, senior reporter, they follow the story of the up and coming star Coco. Gigi is a tough girl, who try so hard to get the story. She success in her career but not in her love life, she broke up with her boyfriend. City news reporter Lok Lam always writes her story in a rational point of view. In one case, she starts to query about whether she should put a sensational view on her story. Uncle gives full support to Wai, Gigi and Lok Lam, he helps them a lot, but he cannot help himself. Uncle bears a huge burden from his work and family. Wai and Lok Lam discover that Fanco a young wealthy businessman who dates a mysterious girl Amanda, Uncle's separated wife. Wai and Lok Lam are struggling whether to report this as a reporter or cover it up as Uncle's colleagues and friends. Which is more important, the professional rational reporting to the audience? Or making the press boom is more important...