Saturday, October 1, 2011
Plot: Young, rich and beautiful, but lonely woman Matilda Ivancic (played by dazzling Ksenija Pajic), who lost her husband, unwillingly accepts young naive partisan girl Ljiljana Matic (Dragana Mrkic), who has somewhat boyish looks to live in one of the rooms in her apartment until she gets the orders to move on. Matilda doesn't like Ljiljana but Ljiljana is simply enchanted by the classy look and act Matilda has. She loves the way Matilda looks, dress, talks and wants to be just like her. She asks Matilda to teach her how to be more lady like. She would also like to make friends with Matilda on the basis that they are just enemies by "class". Not as people. This awkward friendship somehow goes on, until young Communist officer, Ljiljana's boyfriend, shows up. Matilda starts to fall for the handsome officer, although she refuses to admit this. Soon Ljiljana gets her transfer orders and officer and Matilda are all alone
I dont have subtitles
This Category III period drama featuring power struggles and naughty things within the imperial palace walls definitely has effort put forth but immense chunks of plot holes are nowhere near filled up. Much seem missing in the story of poor Ru Yee who applies to be the nurse maid of the Emperor's son. She gets help to gain access by Wei (Tan Lap-Man) and soon they are both heavily involved inside the palace. She as the nurse maid and he as a eunuch in training. Wei also finds time to murder Ru Yee's sick husband and child... a fact barely mentioned after it's happened.