It was one of Hong Kong's biggest box office hits of the 1980s and remains a classic comedy. The film is about a news reporter called Bill who lives with his wife and three daughters in a public housing estate. The family dreams of winning the Mark Six and becoming millionaires. When their dreams come true, one of the daughters is kidnapped which leads to plenty of slapstick comedy. The movie was directed by veteran filmmaker Clifton Ko Chi-sum, and stars famous comedians Bill Tung-biu and the late Lydia 'Fei Fei' Shum. Released in 1987, it broke box office records at the time and spawned two sequels. The plot satirises typical families living in public housing estates in the 80s. The husband is the main family breadwinner and his wife spends her days playing mahjong with the neighbours. The movie also reveals the uncontrollable materialism of the era and the trend for migration. The most hilarious part of the movie is comparing modern technology to what is available now. It's also interesting to see the social changes over the last 20 years. Early mobile phones are the trendiest item in the movie - in those days they were typically only carried by the very wealthy. You will probably be surprised to see leggings and high-waisted trousers are nothing new, they're recycled 80s styles. A hugely entertaining film that's well worth watching, even if you weren't born in the 80s.