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Waving goodbye to their college days, Lin Xiao (Mini Yang), Nan Xiang (Haden Kuo) and Tang Wanru (Hsieh Yi Lin) are busy planning their futures while wealthy, stubborn Gu Li (Amber Kuo) spends all her time organizing her extravagant birthday party. What is supposed to be the event of the year for the girls and their boyfriends turns into a resentful dinner where wounds are cut open and dark secrets are revealed.



The story of Life Without Principle unfolds with three interconnected plotlines involving people from different walks of life. Forced to sell high-risk investment products to her clients, bank teller Teresa (Denise Ho) is tempted to steal a big bag of cash that belonged to her wealthy client Yuen (Lo Hoi Pang). Meanwhile, small-time gangster Panther (Lau Ching Wan) attempts to rob loan shark Yuen in a bid to help his debt-ridden cousin Dragon (Philip Keung), who suffered huge loss on black market futures when the financial crisis hit. Investigating the case is upright police inspector Cheung (Richie Jen), who also has a heavy financial burden on his shoulder as his wife Connie (Myolie Wu) is eager to buy a luxurious apartment they can't quite afford.

Hong Kong Version DVD comes with special features: trailer, making-of, and deleted scenes.


The story of Life Without Principle unfolds with three interconnected plotlines involving people from different walks of life. Forced to sell high-risk investment products to her clients, bank teller Teresa (Denise Ho) is tempted to steal a big bag of cash that belonged to her wealthy client Yuen (Lo Hoi Pang). Meanwhile, small-time gangster Panther (Lau Ching Wan) attempts to rob loan shark Yuen in a bid to help his debt-ridden cousin Dragon (Philip Keung), who suffered huge loss on black market futures when the financial crisis hit. Investigating the case is upright police inspector Cheung (Richie Jen), who also has a heavy financial burden on his shoulder as his wife Connie (Myolie Wu) is eager to buy a luxurious apartment they can't quite afford.

Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with special features: trailer, making-of, and deleted scenes.


Tiny Times 1 In the fast-changing city of Shanghai, longtime friends Lin Xiao (Mini Yang), Gu Li (Amber Kuo), Nan Xiang (Haden Kuo) and Tang Wanru (Hsieh Yi Lin) also begin to witness changes around them. The four girls attend the same university and their school days should be the happiest times of their lives. Jealousy and misunderstandings begin to get to them as they count down their college days and doubts escalate into fights. Their relationships with the men in their lives Gu Yuan (Kai Ko), Gong Ming (Rhydian Vaughan), Jian Xi (Li Yueming) and Chong Guang (Chen Xuedong) are also put to the test.

Tiny Times 2 Waving goodbye to their college days, Lin Xiao (Mini Yang), Nan Xiang (Haden Kuo) and Tang Wanru (Hsieh Yi Lin) are busy planning their futures while wealthy, stubborn Gu Li (Amber Kuo) spends all her time organizing her extravagant birthday party. What is supposed to be the event of the year for the girls and their boyfriends turns into a resentful dinner where wounds are cut open and dark secrets are revealed.

This version includes interviews and making-of.


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