Line Walker (Traditional Chinese: 使徒行者; literally "Apostle Walker") (Chinese: 使徒行者; Jyutping: si3 tou4 hang4 ze2) is a 2014 Hong Kong crime thriller drama produced by TVB, starring Michael Miu, Charmaine Sheh, Raymond Lam as the main leads with Sharon Chan, Benz Hui, Elena Kong, Sammy Sum, Oscar Leung and Toby Leung in main supporting roles.
The drama follows the lives of undercover police agents that must live a double life in secrecy. Not knowing when they can return to their normal life they endure the constant fear of being uncovered by those they are assigned to infiltrate. But their lives are also put in danger when it is discovered that there is a mole within the police who works for the criminals.
L’oro di Scampia
The story is inspired to Gianni and Pino Maddaloni which in 2000 brought Italy to the highest step of the podium at
the Sydney Olympics, winning the gold medal in judo. Scampìa is a modern suburb of Naples full of overcrowded and
decaying buildings and where Camorra reigns over all, hiring youngsters as lookouts, drug couriers or hitman. Here
there is the judo gym owned by Enzo and Lupo that struggle to keep the youngest far from temptations teaching
judo. Enzo is stubborn and would never leave Scampia: even though the gym is not at all well seen by the local clans.
Enzo’s son, Toni, is the best scholar of the gym. And Toni will win that gold Olympic medal.
“Instafamous” Eliza Dooley (Karen Gillan) has 263,000 followers who hang on to her every post, tweet and selfie. But one lonely day she has a revelation: being friended is not the same as having actual friends. She asks marketing guru Henry (John Cho) to 'rebrand' her self-obsessed reputation and teach her how to connect with people in the real world. Loosely based on My Fair Lady, Selfie explores the modern struggles of Eliza and Henry, as he tries to teach her how to live life offline — whether she 'likes' it or not.