Item Description
Title: Can’t Buy Me Love (2010)

Country:Hong Kong


 After the huge
success of Beyond the Realm of Conscience, the filming of a
similarly set costume drama comedy was announced.
“Can’t Buy Me Love was
featured in the TVB 2010 sales
presentation clip, which was released shortly after the TVB Awards
Presentation, and became a highly anticipated drama of 2010 in Hong
Kong. The drama became popularly compared to Beyond the Realm of
Conscience due to its extremely similar lavish costumes and sets,
cast members, and close time period (both set during the Tang
Dynasty of China). They were also compared to as “Can’t
Buy Me Love” also had links with the Tang imperial palace,
though it had far more scenes out of the palace. It has also been
widely and popularly named the indirect sequel (although it should
really be a prequel, due to it being set during Taizong’s
reign) to the other drama, despite their entirely different genres
(“Can’t Buy Me Love” being a romance/comedy,
while Beyond the Realm of Conscience being a historical palace
epic). The two series
share the same producer, Mui Siu Ching.
Reluctant to marry into the Tibetan royal family, the wilful
Princess CHIU YEUNG (Charmaine Sheh) has to find herself a husband
as soon as possible. Owner of a gold store TING LOI-HEI (Susanna
Kwan) recommends her second and third sons, KAM DOR-LUK (Moses
Chan) and KAM DOR-SHAU (Raymond Wong) to the Princess, hoping that
the royal marriage would bring them out of financial crisis and
somehow save their
family business.
Not wanting his brother to sacrifice for the family, DOR-LUK
offers to marry the Princess himself. Shortly after the marriage,
YEUNG begins to show her true self. She needs the KAMs to treat and
respect her as a distinguished princess instead of a family member.
Even the spiritual leader of the family Granny KAM (Lee Heung Kam)
is not spared.
YEUNG’s handmaiden SZETO NGAN-
PING (Fala Chen) is a haughty young
woman who has no regard for anyone, not even the government
matchmaker TING YAU-WAI (Kenneth Ma).
The KAMs cannot put up with YEUNG anymore and decide ally and fight
back. But to everyone’s surprise, NG SZ-TAK (Linda Chung),
the most vigorous maid of the family takes YEUNG’s side and
goes against the KAMs.
After back and forth bickering, LUK and YEUNG are on the
verge of breaking up for the third time. The matter is drawn to the
attention of the royal family and finally settled by Emperor
TAIZONG. Marrying the Princess is supposed to bring LUK wealth and
honour, but all that glitters is not always gold, especially when
the bride is such a self-willed shrew.

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