Balcony is the most luxurious members-only clubhouse in town, where investment analyst Stephen comes across millionaire Lucas, stock broker Master Alan and prostitute Milo. He learns the tricks of stock market trading from Master Alan and teaches Milo what he has learnt. Stephen and Milo are thrilled with making easy money in the stock market, but soon realize that it’s Lun to control everything behind the scene…
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