Featuring an ethnically diverse ensemble cast of six friends in their late 20's. A comedy where the storyline deals with the gentrification of the downtown area, immigrant rights, ... See full summary »

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Eve Yoon
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Giselle Molina
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Melanie Washington
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Featuring an ethnically diverse ensemble cast of six friends in their late 20's. A comedy where the storyline deals with the gentrification of the downtown area, immigrant rights, homelessness, the disappearance of the black middle class in the city and interracial dating. Marvin Robeson, an unemployed and promiscuous "pseudo screenwriter/actor", Eve Yoon, a graphic designer with a degree from Parsons and the head of her own struggling design firm. Marvin and Eve are volatile exes turned BFF and the de facto father and mother to their crew. Written by Minnie & Doug's Boy Productions

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Fucking L.A.!

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Comedy | Romance

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The character of Sean Park, played by Steve Myung, is loosely based on the actor's experiences of being an actor in Taiwan and having parents who own a Pico Rivera grocery store. See more »

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Marvin Robeson: When was the last time you heard a white person referred to as European-American?
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Saw this today- it is awesome!
11 August 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Like some of the characters, I'm from NYC and moved to LA.

This movie addressed a couple things I am so happy about- LA is not romantic. It doesn't rain here. Romantic movies have couples under an umbrella in the rain.

The other is when guys try to guess what kind of Asian you are- and how annoying it is! I was cracking up the whole way through the movie when it played today at the Mann's in the Beverly Center.

My fave part was when Marvin was using his friends health insurance and had to act gay.

The writing is wonderful and hilarious, while tackling issues of race and the social quandary over immigration in our country.

The film tied everything together really well, without being another trite movie about young people in the city.

LA Proper is thoroughly refreshing.


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