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A classic American story is brought to life in the context of a modern Asian-American household. In his directorial debut, James Huang emphasizes the universal nature of story telling, subtly reminding us that the human experience is a shared one. Written by Publicity

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emotional short film

I had the pleasure to view this at the Asian American film festival in Los Angeles on a cold and rainy night here a few months ago. Let me say this, the film warmed my heart. The focus on the 2 main characters was gripping, the emotion showed by the two child actors was amazing. the plot was tight and had humor, drama and anticipation... really a warm soup for your soul. I will not give up any details of the movie, due to a possible DVD release, or screening in your area.


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