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Saturday 18 April 2020

Brutally Young

Brutally Young Hong Kong Drama
Drama: Brutally Young
Chinese Title: 十八年后的终极告白 / Shi Ba Nian Hou De Zhong Ji Gao Bai
Broadcast Network: TVB Jade
Broadcast Date: April 20, 2020
Air Time: Monday-Friday 21:30
Genre: Police, Suspense
Language: Cantonese
Episodes: 20
Director: Simon Wong Wai Yan
Screenwriter: Zhang Shichang
Production Company: Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB)
Origin: Hong Kong
Related: Brutally Young 2.0
Watch Episodes On: Youtube

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Synopsis and Plot Summary

A story that revolves around a murder mystery from 18 years ago. Seven teenagers who got into a fight with the local thug are horrified to find out that he has died in the skirmish. The bury his body in hopes that no one ever finds out but a secret can only last so long.

Eighteen years have passed, Lin Langsheng (Shaun Tam), Shen Jingyi (Joel Chan) and Xie Jiafu (Anthony Ho) have become adults, each leading their own lives. However, their troubles have only just begun after the body of the thug is suddenly discovered and their crime unearthed. Ruan Lijin (Mandy Wong) of major crimes division is tasked to look into the homicide case. Can the perpetrators face the skeletons in their closets or will they continue to fall into the dark abyss? As Langsheng falls in love with Lijin, the situation becomes more complicated.

Brutally Young Shaun Tam Shaun Tam as Lin Langsheng
Brutally Young Mandy Wong Mandy Wong as Ruan Lijin
Brutally Young Joel Chan Shan-chung Joel Chan Shan-chung as Shen Jingyi
Brutally Young Anthony Ho Yuen Tung Anthony Ho Yuen Tung as Xie Jiafu
Brutally Young Vivien Yeo Vivien Yeo as Xie Jiaqian

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Brutally Young Hong Kong Drama

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