Friday, July 11, 2014
Overview - Rear Mirror
Minibus driver Wayne Lai failed to heed to his late father's advice and suffers a series of setbacks in his relationship and career. Despite this, he stays strong and insists on raising the son that his girlfriend had with another man. His neighbour, Ronald Law, has always looked up to Wayne as a big brother. Ronald hopes that Wayne would be with his sister (Amy Fan), but Wayne is hesitant to enter into a new relationship.
A traffic accident causes Wayne to encounter Louisa So, the CEO of a large corporation. Louisa admires his personality and hires him as her personal driver. The politics at the corporation is complex and Louisa finds herself fighting alone. The only person she can trust is her cousin (Tony Hung), but he lacks his own opinion and has an ambiguous relationship with an employee (Natalie Tong). One time, Louisa mistakenly believes that Wayne betrayed her and demands that he quit within seven days. At this critical moment, Wayne helps Louisa escape from the difficult situation. A subtle bond starts to form, but they are held back due to the difference in their social status. Living in a fairytale-like reality, the main characters wander between blurred lines…