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Chinese Title: 男人之苦
Cantonese Name: Nam Yan Ji Fu
Number of Episodes: 21

 

Main Cast:
Damian Lau as Hong Tin Yam
Louisa So as Wong Dak Kiu
Ron Ng as Hong Sai Hei
Toby Leung as Go Fun

 

Supporting Cast:
Rebecca Chan as Wong Dak Lan
Florence Kwok as Wong Dak Wai
Johnson Lee as Rex Kong
Lee Sing Cheung as Lee Jun Chi
Wu Feng as Wong Kai Cheung
Akina Hong as Lily Au
Rocky Cheng as Sek Huk Long (Rocky)

 

Theme song: Instrumental
Subtheme by: Ron Ng

Favourite relationship: Dak Lan, Dak Kiu and Dak Wai (Rebecca, Louisa and Florence - sisters)
Favourite character: Dak Kiu and Dak Lan (Louisa and Rebecca)
Favourite pairing: Dak Wai and Rex (Florence and Johnson)
Best Actress: Louisa So
Best Actor: Damian Lau
Best Supporting: Rebecca Chan/Florence Kwok
Most Improvement: Ron Ng
Who Looks Good: Louisa So and Ron Ng

 

Summary: (I'll use the names of the actors/actresses instead of the names of the characters)

From a woman’s perspective, it’s hard being a woman and it is even harder to feel the pain of men. From a man’s perspective, what’s so hard about being a woman, and why can’t people understand the pressures faced by men?

"Men in Pain" talks about the various pressures faced by men of different generations. Damian is the head of the family and has a lot of responsibilities not only at home, but also at home. Due to all the pressure, Damian becomes a very selfish person. His son Ron on the other hand, is an optimistic person, who takes things easy.

Damian realizes that he has some ‘problems’ in the bedroom. Instead of letting his wife Louisa know, he goes to his ‘friend’ Akina to ‘test’ his little theory. He even refuses to consult a doctor due to his big ego. Even after Louisa finds out about his ‘affair’, he refuses to tell her about his problem. This causes her to believe that he was cheating on her and hence demands a divorce.

Damian is then chased out of his apartment and moves to the apartment downstairs that is owned by Rebecca, Louisa’s older sister. Rebecca constantly finds trouble and criticizes Damian, and hence makes matters worse between him and Louisa. Rebecca often criticizes her husband as well, leaving her husband feeling dreadful.

Florence is Louisa’s younger sister and doesn’t believe in marriage. However, she soon falls in love with Damian’s boss, Johnson. Will he be able to change her opinion of marriage?

Ron meets Toby and falls in love with her. They spend the night together, and to their horror, Toby finds herself pregnant with Ron’s child. Toby’s family is furious when they find out, and blames Damian for not teaching Ron properly, hence causing Toby’s pregnancy. However, they have no choice but to accept Ron for the good of their grandchild. They get married hastily, and Toby soon finds herself stressed out as she has to manage her limited time between going to school and caring for the child inside her. She soon tires herself out…

One morning, seven months into the pregnancy, Damian advises Toby to eat breakfast before going to school. She refuses, insisting that she was running late. Damian insists and grabs her arm to prevent her from leaving. After some pushing and pulling, Ron comes out of the room and Toby starts having contractions. Toby is sent to the hospital and gives birth to a premature baby. Before long, both families blame Damian for the early birth. Without everybody’s knowing, Damian secretly buys custom-made diapers and a baby crib for his grandchild, prays at the temple for him, decides on a name for him and even disinfects the whole apartment. Despite all that he did, Toby refuses to move back in and decides to stay with her family instead.

 

Script:
Interesting script, with humorous bits here and there.

 

Character/Performance:
Hong Tin Yam
Tin Yam faces a lot of pressure from work and at home. Things take a twist for the worse when Sai Hei gets Go Fun pregnant. Faced with the extra pressure of his in-laws and an impending divorce with Dak Kiu, Damian learns to take things a little easier and look at matters from a different perspective.

Damian Lau as Hong Tin Yam
This is a very different role Damian plays. He is not the evil master in World's Finest, the insane husband in Hard Fate, nor is he the calm resourceful businessman in Drive Of Life or The Awakening Story. Initially I couldn’t get used to his ‘weird’ look in here, but subsequently I grew to enjoy his character, and understand why he behaves in that funny way of his.

Hong Sai Hei
Sai Hei starts off as an immature and impulsive character. However, his personality changes when he becomes a father and husband. Sai Hei matures a lot and learns how to care for his family and those around him. When Go Fun receives her scholarship, he decides not to hinder her studies and that he would take care of the baby by himself until she returns. He writes a ‘future diary’ for her, telling her about the baby’s first word, and how her birthday would be celebrated in the future…

Ron Ng as Hong Sai Hei
His character is, as most of his characters are, impulsive and immature. However, as the series progress, he matures so much and naturally that you can’t help but feel that Ron’s acting has improved. His father-son chemistry with Damian was also commendable.

Wong Dak Kiu
The wife of Tin Yam and stepmother of Sai Hei, Dak Kiu is naïve but outgoing and very willing to help others. She cares and teaches all without discrimination. She treats her students with friendliness and earnest sincerity, and always places the well-being of others before herself. She is unselfish and treats Sai Hei as her own. Speaking whatever that is on her mind, Dak Kiu is straightforward and does not enjoy beating around the bush.

Louisa So as Dak Kiu
This is a different Louisa you would see. She isn’t the cool Ruby in Triumph In The Skies, nor is she the intelligent and calm Susan in The Awakening Story. I felt she was convincing as the naïve Dak Kiu, so unlike her usual cool, resourceful and calm characters. Her chemistry with Damian is surprisingly nice, and she delivers a great performance as usual.

Go Fun
Academically inclined, Go Fun is a high academic scholar in college. She is smart and easy going, and has the willpower to achieve what she wants. Independent but stubborn, Go Fun is not afraid of hard work, and is willing to sacrifice all for love, placing her loved one as her number one priority. When she receives the ‘future diary’ Sai Hei wrote for her, telling her about the baby’s first word, and how her birthday would be celebrated in the future, she is very moved. Coupled with her strong love for him, she is willing to give up her scholarship to stay with him.

Toby Leung as Go Fun
Men in Pain was Toby’s first series, and I felt her performance was acceptable. However, I felt she did not look the role. From certain angles, she looks pretty old, which was unsuitable for her character since Go Fun was young and innocent. Not bad for a newcomer nonetheless, but she still has room for much improvement.

 

Supporting Cast:
Wong Dak Lan
A dermatologist and oldest of the sisters, Dak Lan is a very career- oriented woman. Strict, independent and self-centered, she makes all the decisions regardless of others. Very prejudiced against men, Dak Lan believes that all men are deceitful and will either cheat or lie, hence she looks down on her husband. However, when her husband is through with putting up with her, she is shocked and goes into a state of instability. It is then that she realizes how much her husband means to her.

Rebecca Chan as Dak Lan
As always, a great performance from Rebecca! Her portrayal of a career-oriented woman prejudiced against men was great, and she delivers her lines naturally with a touch of humor.

Wong Dak Wai
As a beautician, Dak Wai strives to look beautiful and is sentimental. She acts foolishly and does not restrain herself in the presence of men. She highly opposes the theory of “men are superior to women”, and believes that women can achieve or do anything they want, without the help of men. The youngest of the sisters, Dak Wai pursues a fast-paced lifestyle and longs for a romantic relationship. However, she does not believe in marriage, for she has seen the different marriages around her fail. When she begins dating Rex, he wants to get married, but he respects her decision of not wanting to marry, which makes her very happy.

Florence Kwok as Dak Wai
Good performance from Florence, though I thought she could do with a nicer hairstyle. She was humorous and had nice chemistry with her costars.

 

Chemistry:
Rebecca, Louisa and Florence
They were funny together as sisters, and had great chemistry. Not surprising though, since all three are great actresses.

Damian and Louisa
Second series together ever since their pair up in The Awakening Story, so I was glad that in Men in Pain, they ended up together, since they went their separate ways in the former. Though they looked nicer and more compatible in the former series, their pairing in the latter series was enjoyable as well.

Ron and Toby
This is Toby’s first series, so I shan’t be too harsh on her. Her chemistry with Ron was acceptable, and I liked how Sai Hei wrote a ‘future diary’ for Go Fun, so sweet!

 

Plus Points:
1. The cast delivered a good performance overall.
2. It is a different Damian, Louisa and Ron we see, as their characters in Men in Pain are unlike their past ones. Interesting!
3. Nice subtheme.
4. Ron looks handsome.
5. The series was humorous.
6. The ending is a happy one.

 

Minus Points:
1. Damian looks weird, I prefer his look in The Awakening Story or Drive Of Life.
2. Toby could do with improvement.
3. Ron and Toby, their chemistry was lacking.
4. Rocky Cheng - his acting is so stiff!

 

Overall:
Great performance from Damian, Louisa and Rebecca, this series is highly enjoyable. With a humorous side, Men in Pain tells of the pressures faced by men of different generations.

 

Conclusion:
This series is recommended for all, though the theme is more mature. Nonetheless, sit back and relax while the cast delivers their highly enjoyable performance. Filled with humorous bits, this series is interesting and definitely worth watching.

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Rating:      

 

Starring
Damien Lau  (spelt wrongly by the author throughout the review but just ignore this minor mistake)
Ron Ng
Louisa So
Toby Leung
Florence Kwok
Johnson Lee

 

Plot
Damien and Louisa are a married couple trying to raise their son Ron. However, Louisa's family all lives with them and they pick at everything Damien does because they are paranoid that he mistreats her since she is his second wife. The story unfolds to some misunderstandings between the happy couple and eventually leads to their divorce and feud with one another. This series mostly focuses on the pain that Damien goes through while struggling between pride and love.

The side story is about Ron and Toby. She is a young student of Louisa who meets Ron by chance. They get drunk and slept together one night. They soon find out they are both expecting parents which causes lots of obstacles for them. Ron now has to erase his irresponsible ways and learn to be a father while Toby has to attend school with criticisms for being pregnant.

 

The Cast
Damien Lau
His character is so funny in here. He plays the kind of person who only cares about pride, but it's ironic because for that reason, he does lots of embarrassing things. He is a father but he acts like a kid sometimes too. I guess in this series he does a lot of contradicting things but they will make you laugh. This is my first time seeing him as a comedian in any series. It's a nice change from his usual serious roles.

Louisa So
Her character is the kind of dumb teacher that wants to prove to Damien that she is independent. She is also really funny and entertaining to watch. Her chemistry with Damien is also excellent. Whenever she wants to be with him and tries to hide it, I think it's so sweet/funny. The only thing I do not like about her is how she listens too much to what her sister say, she should think for herself!

Ron Ng
He is so cute! I think it's sweet that he went through all that trouble and struggle for his wife. His acting has improved since "Twin of Brothers". In that series I found him so boring but in here I actually find him entertaining to watch. Maybe it's because his character is supposed to make you laugh, who knows?

Toby Leung
This is my first time seeing her. All I have to say is she seems kind of stiff in most of the scenes. She did not show much emotion, which makes it hard for me to like her character.

 

Dislike Factor
I do not like Louisa's character's older sister. She is so annoying. All she cared about was money. How can someone be so greedy and still married a husband? Let alone someone who does everything she tells him to.

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Rating:      

CAST

Hong Tin Yam Damian Lau Chung-Yun
Hong Sai Hei Ron Ng Cheuk-Hei
Wong Dak Kiu Louisa So Yuk-Wa
Go Fun Toby Leung Ching-Kei
Wong Kai Cheung Wu Fung
Wong Dak Laan Rebecca Chan Sau-Chu
Lee Jun Chi Lee Sing Cheung
Wong Dak Wai Florence Kwok Siu-Wan
Lily Au Akina Hong Wah
Rex Kong Johnson Lee Sze Chit

 

Synopsis

From a woman's perspective - it's hard being a woman and it is even harder to feel the pain of men. From a man's perspective - what's so hard about being a woman and why can't people understand the pressures of men?! This series talks about different generations of men, who are facing different types of pressures. Hong Tin Yam is the head of the family who has many responsibilities at work and at home. Because of all the pressure, Tin Yam becomes a very selfish person. His son Sai Hei (Ron Ng) is an optimistic person, who cares less about anything until one day...

Tin Yam realizes he has some 'problems' in the bedroom. However, he does not let his wife Dak Kiu (Louisa So) know. His ego is so large that he does not go see a doctor, so he asks his friend Lily (Akina Hong) to 'test' his little theory. This was found out by Dak Kiu, but Tin Yam wanted his face, so he still does not let her know. This leads his wife to believe he was cheating on her. She almost immediately demands a divorce.

As for Sai Hei, he meets a young girl named Go Fun (Toby Leung). They fall for each other and spent the night together. To their horror, Go Fun finds herself pregnant with Sai Hei's child. Go Fun's family is furious when they find out. They blame Tin Yam for not teaching him 'properly'. However, soon, Go Fun's father learns to accept Sai Hei for they plan to get married. However, Go Fun is scared because she still has to go to school and care for the child inside her stomach. The girl stresses herself with homework and her baby.

One morning, seven months into the pregnancy, Tin Yam advises Go Fun to eat breakfast before she goes to school. She refuses, insisting that she was going to be late. Tin Yam does not let her go and grabs her arm to keep her from moving. After a bit of pushing and pulling, Sai Hei comes out of the room and Go Fun starts to have contractions! Soon, Go Fun is in the hospital giving to a premature baby. If that isn't enough, the whole entire family blames Tin Yam for the early birth. Tin Yam secretly buys custom-made diapers for the baby, prays at the temple, creates a name, disinfects the whole apartment, and buys a beautiful crib. However, he is crushed when he hears that his son and daughter-in-law are not coming home to the apartment, but are going to stay at Go Fun's.

Hong Tin Yam is now going through family problems, working situations, money problems, all types of troubles that can make men feel a lot of pain. How do the men handle these pressures? How do they fail? How did they succeed after failure? How do women understand the pain of men? Follow Damian Lau, Ron Ng, and Louisa So on a journey that will show you more than you have ever known about men in pain.

 

Character Analysis

Damian Lau as Hong Tin Yam
A very different Damian Lau. He is not the strict teacher in Find the Light, not the evil master in Number One in the World, and definitely not the insane husband in Hard Fate. In this series, he is the man with lots and lots of pain. His pressures came from different sources: his wife, his son, from in-laws, and from work. It is hard to deal with these pressures at the same time, this is why he became a little crazy about everything. Damian's character is extremely funny, especially when he makes his facial expressions. You can blame him for being annoying or complicated, but you will also understand his pain.

 

Ron Ng as Hong Sai Hei
This is also a very different Ron Ng. At the beginning, the immature and impulsive Ron we all know is there. But when he becomes a father, and a new husband who needs to take care of a new family - he changes. Ron matures so much throughout the whole series; he started to care more about his family, care more about the next generation, he started to do everything for the people around him. This is the perfect husband every girl dreams of: cute, handsome and mature. Thinking about Ron's image in his older series, it is very hard to imagine him in a good father role, but watching this series will totally change your mind. Ron did an excellent job in this series. He has also made some major improvements. There was one scene where he yelled at his father - phew - his face turned so red...Also, his scenes with Damian were very emotional. They built an excellent father-and-son chemistry together.

 

Louisa So as Wong Dak Kiu
Dak Kiu is naïve but outgoing and very willing to help others. She cares and teaches all without discrimination. She treats her students with friendliness and earnest sincerity, thinks and acts all for the well-being of others. She is unselfish and puts her whole heart and attention when falling in love with someone. Although Sai Hei is her step-son, she treats him like one of her own. Speaking whatever is on her mind, she is very straight-forward and doesn't like to beat around the bush. I really liked her character in Men in Pain because although she felt that Tin Yam cheated on her, she was still very supportive of him. When Sai Hei was mad at him, she told him all the good things he had done as a father. At the end, she realized that she was still in love with Tin Yam, and decided to forget the past.

 

Toby Leung as Go Fun
A college student and a very high academic scholar. She has a smart and easy-going personality. She has the willpower to achieve what she wants; she is independent. Go Fun isn't afraid of hard work, but can be quite stubborn. She is also willing to sacrifice all for love, placing her loved one as her number one priority. Although Toby Leung is very pretty and portrayed an innocent girl in this series, I didn't like her too much. She was too quick to judge Tin Yam. However, when she finds out that the early birth of her child was due to her own stress problems because of trying to balance school and taking care of herself, she forgives Tin Yam and agrees to move back in with him. I felt her acting wasn't too great, but I hope she can improve and impress me one day.

 

Rebecca Chan as Wong Dak Laan
As a dermatologist, she is a very career-oriented woman. She is strict, independent and self-centered. The decisions need to go her way, regardless of others. Because of her occupation, she is very prejudiced towards men - she believes that all men will either cheat or lie. She looks down upon her husband. Rebecca Chan is very mean and cruel in this series. However, she also learns to forgive Hong Tin Yam because he was responsible for getting herself and her husband back together. Because of her strict ways, her husband tells her he's through with putting up with her. She is shocked and goes into a state of instability. She goes to the construction site that her husband works at to look for him. She is constantly looking for him and worrying about him. It is then that she realizes how much her husband means to her. I have always liked Rebecca Chan, she really knows how to act!

 

Florence Kwok as Wong Dak Wai
As a special beautician, she likes to look beautiful and is sentimental. She acts foolishly and doesn't restrain herself in the presence of men. She highly opposes her father's "men are superior to women" theory. She believes that women can achieve or do anything they want, without the help of a man. Pursues a fast-pace lifestyle and longs for a romantic relationship. She does not believe in marriage, for she has seen the different marriages around her fail. When she begins dating Rex (Johnson Lee), he wants to get married, she claims that if he loves her, he will respect that fact that she does not want to marry. And he does, which makes her very happy. Florence Kwok has been a great actress in no matter what series. I like her very much and hope to see her more in the future.

 

Favorite Scene!

When Go Fun received a scholarship to go to New York for school, Sai Hei makes her a 'future diary'. It tells about the baby's first word, and Go Fun's birthday in the future. She is so moved and she loves him so much that she is willing to give up her scholarship to stay with him. I also liked when Ron's new song '金剛' started playing in the background. It is such a good song!

 

Review

Men in Pain is one of the best series of 2006. The father and son relationship between Damian Lau and Ron Ng was the highlight of the entire series. I love the way they support each other, yell at each other, and love each other. However, I don't think Ron Ng and Toby Leung really match. I loved their story though, and the way they take care of the baby. But I would have preferred it if someone else played the role of Go Fun. Damian Lau and Louisa So's marriage problem began when the series began. It didn't end until the series ended either. They had so many problems throughout the entire series, they fought, they broke up, and they even wanted divorce. I thought it dragged a little bit, but I liked to see them make up at the end.

Ron Ng gets the best actor prize of all the people in the series. He matures a lot in his ways of acting. Maybe because of Damian, I just loved the two of them together. Best actress, I'd say Louisa So, because I really liked her character. The entire story is very special, if you are a fan of La Femme Desperado you will love this series even more, because it completes the human nature! From both series, you will learn one thing: it is hard to be human.

Is it worth watching? Definitely! The producer also put in a lot of humor along with the serious issues, the entire series is enjoyable, entertaining and educating. For all the Ron fans out there, you will love this series and you will also learn to love Ron even more! All in all, I rate Men in Pain 4.5 out of 5 stars! 


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Men in Pain
     
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Section:
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Average Rating:
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Language:
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Men in Pain

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Is there such a thing as a "male menopause"? Apparently, that is what the main character (Damien Lau) was suffering from. All of a sudden, he found his temper increasing, his family members a burden and impotent to respond to his wife.

This light-hearted family drama touches on the problems families face. There are three sisters - Rebecca Chan, Louisa So and Florence Kwok.

Rebecca Chan is a doctor. She married her construction supervisor husband after a whirlwind romance, in a fit of anger from her previous boyfriend. Because she is the eldest and highly-educated, she deems herself right in everything, and controls her husband and children in whatever they do.

Her husband did not speak up at first, then after they bumped into her ex-boyfriend while jogging one day, he finally realised that she was always comparing him to the ex, after all these years. Hence he left.

However, after he left, she realised how much he meant to her, so asked for his forgiveness and started being a different person - more caring to her husband and children and not as autocratic and bossy as before.

Louisa So is the other main character. She married Damien Lau and became the step-mother to Ron Ng, who used to be her student. Suddenly, from the way Damien was behaving, she started to find him unbearable and felt that she could no longer live with him. Hence she filed for separation and decided to live life anew.

However, Damien still cared for her as a friend. One day, they got drunk (I think) and spent a passionate night together. She discovered she was pregnant shortly after. Damien thought the baby belonged to Rocky, whom he thought was her new boyfriend. In the end, it was established that Damien was the father of the baby and they got back together.

The youngest sister (Florence Kwok) never believed in marriage. Her newest guy tried changing her mind, but she turned down his proposal. Out of respect to her, he continued on with her without getting married, but hoping she would change her mind one day.

Ron Ng fell for Toby Leong and she was pregnant after a night of passion. He took the responsibility by marrying her. However, once they were married, the stress of being a newly-married couple, heavy workload from her school and her father-in-law problems caused an early delivery.

Initially she thought it was due to the quarrel from her father-in-law, but later the doctor said it was due to her stress from her school work. Yet, she ignored her father-in-law's good intention (Damien renovated the room for his grandson), and she and Ron Ng moved in with her family.

Ron Ng turned from a frivolous guy to a responsible and caring husband and father. He supported his wife in everything she wanted - school, overseas studies, taking care of the baby. He even made a scrap book of the baby's first steps and words as a gift for her to go for her overseas studies, before the baby could even do all that!

In the end, as with every family drama, the family stuck together and all reconciled. That is what families are - to be with you through thick and thin, no matter what upheavals, to solve problems together, forgive, forget and start over.

I would recommend this show, as it is a heartwarming, albeit comedic, family drama. It shows the essence of a family - the man being the head of the house and taking care of his wife and her family, he having all the problems but refused to talk to anyone, and the couples finally having learnt communication to overcome their difficulties and start anew. I think it would also be useful to couples, be it married or not, with kids or not, as there are lots to learn from the show (like communication, acceptance, tolerance and understanding) which may make one's relationship stronger.

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i like this series~ hilarious~!! brilliant performance by damian and louisa~
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发表于 2009-12-2 21:56:08 |显示全部楼层
A little advertisement:
We are including this drama, Men In Pain, for the forum's magazine.
The magazine would be published and open for sales (at cost price of course), for keepsake.

Anyone interested to have a review, critique, thoughts, designs, whatever, please refer to this post:

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Hi, Men in Pain will be shown on Astro Xinghe in April. I think it has been given the 7pm-8pm slot. Yeah. Loking forward to that.
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Original posted by sharonpek at 2-12-2009 21:56 A little advertisement:We are including this drama, Men In Pain, for the forum's magazine.The magazine would be published and open for sales (at cost price of course), for keepsake.Anyone interested t ...

 

Hi, Just wondering, when can we expect to see / buy the magazine?

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发表于 2010-3-13 15:38:36 |显示全部楼层
Original posted by VictorPenny at 2010-3-13 08:43 Hi, Men in Pain will be shown on Astro Xinghe in April. I think it has been given the 7pm-8pm slot. Yeah. Loking forward to that.

Just saw the ad too. It's quite an early time slot!

Original posted by VictorPenny at 2010-3-13 08:44   Hi, Just wondering, when can we expect to see / buy the magazine?


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