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Director:
Writer (WGA):
Georgia Lee (written by)
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Release Date:
8 September 2006 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Red doors bring good luck. The Wongs need all they can get.
Plot:
The Wongs struggle to cope with life, love, and family dysfunction in the suburbs of New York. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
4 wins See more »
User Reviews:
A must see See more (19 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Tzi Ma ... Ed Wong

Jacqueline Kim ... Samantha Wong

Elaine Kao ... Julie Wong

Freda Foh Shen ... May-Li Wong

Kathy Shao-Lin Lee ... Katie Wong

Mia Riverton ... Mia Scarlett

Jayce Bartok ... Mark

Rossif Sutherland ... Alex

Sebastian Stan ... Simon
Stephen Rowe ... Dr. Levy

Cindy Cheung ... Grace
Mao Zhao ... Master Shen

Bridget White ... Reception Nurse

Coati Mundi ... Dance Instructor

Tyler Maynard ... Trent
Charlie Grandy ... Eugene

Kira Kelly ... OR Nurse
Ax Norman ... Invisible Fence Guy
Lois J. Drabkin ... Teacher
Kelvin Sealey ... Ed's Colleague
Susan Jacobs ... Tour Guide

Cary Woodworth ... Bartender

Wayne Chang ... Man at Bar
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Charlie Brumbly ... Harley Guy

Seth Donavan ... High School Student

Shannon Freyer ... Medical Student

Alycia Lee ... ER Nurse

Danielle Lozeau ... Medical Intern
Abel Nihrane ... Lab Worker
Conrad Oakey ... Guidance Counselor
JP Quicquaro ... Medical Intern

Cristina Santiago ... Physician
Steve Shapiro ... George
Stephen Woodworth ... Cameraman
Bob DeVito ... Hospital Cafeteria Vistor (uncredited)
Ricardo Gray ... High School Student (uncredited)

Directed by
Georgia Lee 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Georgia Lee (written by)

Produced by
Lowell Bryan .... co-executive producer
Jane Chen .... producer
Ira Deutchman .... executive producer
John Fiorelli .... co-producer
Georgia Lee .... producer
Austin S. Lin .... co-executive producer
Kuldeep Malkani .... associate producer
Greg Nihon .... co-executive producer
Evan Pearce .... associate producer
Mia Riverton .... producer
Steve Shapiro .... line producer
Tenno Tsai .... co-executive producer
Nikhil Wagle .... associate producer
Martin Zagorsek .... co-executive producer
 
Original Music by
Robert Miller 
 
Cinematography by
Zeus Morand 
 
Film Editing by
Youna Kwak 
 
Casting by
Lois J. Drabkin 
Susan Shopmaker 
 
Production Design by
Angelique Clark 
 
Art Direction by
Julie Ho 
 
Costume Design by
Vicki Hippel 
 
Makeup Department
Loretta Alston .... assistant hair stylist
Johnny Mooi .... key hair stylist
Johnny Mooi .... makeup department head
David Presto .... makeup artist
Lauren Valez .... assistant makeup artist
Leo Won .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Steve Shapiro .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Andrew Brotzman .... second assistant director: second unit
Andrew Cesana .... second assistant director
John Fiorelli .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Amanda Bonavita .... set dresser
Lisa Campbell .... swing
Julie Ho .... property master
Satjote Khalsa .... painter
Dan-ah Kim .... art intern
Yaminah McKessey .... swing
Kseniya Melnik .... art intern
Abel Nihrane .... art department crew
Conrad Oakey .... storyboard artist
Sha-Sha Shiau .... art intern
 
Sound Department
Bob Brian .... sound recordist: second unit
Bill Chesley .... sound designer
Bryan Dembinski .... additional sound recordist
Dino Herrmann .... adr mixer
Tom Jucarone .... sound re-recording mixer
Jesse Malings .... production sound recordist
Eric Milano .... adr recordist
Eric Milano .... dialog editor
 
Visual Effects by
Bill Byrne .... digital effects artist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Aida Artieda .... electrician
Scott Beardslee .... best boy electric
Maceo Bishop .... Steadicam operator
Rick Carmona .... key grip
Tara Emanuelson .... assistant camera
Wesley Hodges .... second assistant camera: second unit
Kira Kelly .... gaffer
Michael Kenney .... additional assistant camera
Jeff Kim .... best boy electric: second unit
Josh Kraszewski .... gaffer: second unit
Jason Lewis .... still photographer
Alicia Marrin .... still photographer
Aaron Medick .... Steadicam operator
Aaron Medick .... director of photography: second unit
Sara Morton .... second assistant camera
Eric O'Conner .... additional assistant camera
Lisa Origlieri .... first assistant camera: second unit
Chris Schramm .... best boy grip
Jaek Sofaer .... grip
Wilson Tang .... key grip: second unit
Kenny Thompson .... additional assistant camera
Dana Turken .... additional assistant camera
Perry Unjang .... additional best boy electric
Anna Yusim .... first assistant camera
 
Casting Department
Rich Chew .... extras casting (as Richard Chew)
Cary Woodworth .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Uzma Hasan .... assistant costume designer
 
Editorial Department
Eric Alvarado .... film colorist
Joe Di Maio .... post production
Benjamin Murray .... on-line editor
Natasha Stewart .... additional editor
 
Music Department
Michael P. Benoit .... copyist
Kevin Halpin .... music mixer: music engineer
Susan Jacobs .... music supervisor
Eric Milano .... music editor
 
Other crew
Matt Cardoza .... caterer: Boston Market
Matt Cross .... production assistant
Massoumeh Emami .... script supervisor
J. Derekh Froude .... production assistant
Michael Gluckstadt .... production assistant
Marlus Harding .... accounting consultant
Patrick Huber .... location manager
Ariel Levy .... additional script supervisor
Patrick McGowan .... production assistant
Coati Mundi .... choreographer: Ballroom Dance
Natalia Parsons .... production coordinator
Clarence Sharpe .... key production assistant
Ian Toledo .... production assistant
Molly Celaschi .... production assistant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Jonathan Zalben .... thanks
 

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USA:90 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Rossif Sutherland wrote and performed three original songs for the movie ("Yesterday", "I (Love) You" and "If Only"). Mia Riverton wrote and performed one ("I Know").See more »
Quotes:
Julie Wong:I'm so sorry.
Mia Scarlett:It's fine.
Julie Wong:You know what I'll get you a new one.
Mia Scarlett:It's fine, it's fine, it's fine.
[as she leans in for a kiss]
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Soundtrack:
At the BalletSee more »

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6 out of 12 people found the following review useful.
A must see, 11 September 2006
Author: prism6968 from United States

An excellent examination of life from several unique points of view that have not been given this type of treatment before. One can tell if a film is relevant when everyone who sees it takes aways something different from what was apparent to them on the screen whether it be humorous or dramatic. The appreciation of this film will only be tempered by your own experiences. Watch this film more than once and watch the layers unfold. Nothing on the screen is superfluous. One of the most satisfying films I've seen this year.

One of my favorite scenes was when the white guy/boyfriend (which would be me in the same situation)is invited to dinner and the younger sister puts something in his bowl that startles him. The moment is very brief. I thought it was hysterical, from my point of view. However, my wife who is Chinese didn't even notice the moment until we discussed the movie later in the evening. She could only notice the decor, which she though was funnier. Both scenes had the same level of truth. This is why the film is a remarkable achievement.

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