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The Wedding Banquet (1993) Poster

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This was the most financially profitable film of 1993, earning $23.6 million from a budget of $1 million. This gave it a cost-to-return ratio of 23.6, considerably higher than 1993's biggest money-maker "Jurassic Park" whose ratio was 13.8.
Ang Lee wrote the film six years before it was made, and five years before his first film, Pushing Hands
Ang based the first half of the movie on the true story of a friend, Neil Peng
Winston Chao had been an airline steward for seven years and had never acted in a film before when Ang Lee cast him as Wai-Tung. Three to four hours every day were spent to teach him how to act.

Director Cameo 

Ang Lee:  a guest at the wedding banquet.

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