After reuniting with his mother in Ho Chi Minh City, a family tragedy causes Binh to flee from Viet Nam to America. Landing in New York, Binh begins a road trip to Texas, where his American father is said to live.
Hans Petter Moland
Dang Quoc Thinh Tran
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I am such a fan of this film. I get so tired of the romantic comedies or other love stories that have an unrealistic portrayal of what a love story should be. This particular plot line follows Francis Riley (played by Glen Powell) who is brought to live in a trailer with his foster mother in Whitewright, Texas. The property that the trailer is on is owned by a husband and wife, Carl and Maddie Blanton (played by Luke Perry and Breann Johnson). Carl and Maddie have a tumultuous relationship, Francis Riley grows up to be a stud-muffin, and (without giving too many details away) the story progresses into a beautiful love between two people. No steamy sex scenes. This film is appropriate for all ages, and it has a simplistic beauty that I as an audience member want to see in a film.
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