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International drama filmed in Docklands

03 Sep 2015

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Docklands will soon be exposed to a whole new audience, after part of a Chinese television drama was filmed locally last month.

The Chinese production, A Tale of Bosom Man, is being co-produced by Docklands-based company AMG Media Productions.

AMG Media Productions director Angie Wu said most of the filming took place next to the waterfront, while a few scenes were also filmed under the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel.

According to Ms Wu, the show focuses on a romantic storyline and features four couples overcoming difficulties and finding true love, with filming taking place in both Australia and China.

“According to the script one of the main characters in the show is the son of a wealthy family and an enthusiast of sailing and tourism,” Ms Wu said.

She said Docklands was very scenic and a beautiful sailing location, making it a perfect location for filming.

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