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Working Class (King Worker) (Da gung wong dai)1985

Working Class (King Worker) (Da gung wong dai) (1985)

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In this standard comedy from Tsui Hark, a director most known for his action films, three buddies stick together as they go from losing one job to finding new hassles at another. The trio land their second job in a noodle factory where the bosses are stomping on the workers' rights, leaving the laborers no choice but to rise up in protest. Complicating matters for the trio is that one of them is now in a romantic twosome with the daughter of the noodle-plant's owner. Just when things cannot get worse, they do -- the noodle factory is ground to a halt because the electric bill has not been paid.

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