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Adapted from a best-selling novel originally published on Golden Forum, Hong Kong's most popular (and notorious) online forum, prison comedy-drama Imprisoned: Survival Guide for Rich and Prodigal is based on the supposedly real-life experiences of a spoiled rich kid behind bars. Due West: Our Sex Journey's Gregory Wong stars as the inmate in question, out-of-control playboy Nelson Yu who was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and is used to playing around and living it up. His high-flying lifestyle comes crashing down when he gets convicted for a hit-and-run. Nelson is in for an awakening when he lands in jail, a whole other world with its own set of unwritten rules of survival. From the makers of Due West: Our Sex Journey and Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy, Imprisoned: Survival Guide for Rich and Prodigal gathers a veritable lineup of Hong Kong cinema veterans for the supporting cast including Lam Suet, Liu Kai Chi, Philip Keung, Wan Yeung Min, Elvis Tsui, Ken Lo and Tommy Wong Kwong Leung from the Prison on Fire series.