Grace is a Chinese American who longs to be a part of New York's high society. At a socialite event, she is mistaken for a Hong Kong heiress and meets her Prince Charming. Nothing is as it seems absorbing drama. What will happen to this Cinderella when the clock strikes midnight?
Grace Tang, an ambitious banker from working class Chinatown falls in love with New York's most eligible bachelor, Andrew Barrington, Jr. The only problem is that he thinks she's an heiress from Hong Kong. It is only through her search for fairy tale love that Grace re-discovers her own identity and realizes what really matters in life.
The shaky refrigerator in Grace's parents' apartment has at least one easy fix: level the feet/rollers. The bigger problem may be either a blower motor or perhaps a compressor mount. See more »
Deserves to be seen
Kudos to Fay Ann Lee and her excellent cast for an enjoyable film experience! With a much smaller budget, "Falling for Grace" stands right up there with "Maid in Manhattan," "Wedding Planner," and others that have a strong female lead without succumbing to stereotypes of others. Very well-directed with the right touch of humor, the entire film cast gave authenticity to personal yearnings and conflicts and cultural differences, within the context of everyday New York City life and a Chinese family. Best wishes for a successful distribution of your film because it deserves to be seen by many, including those who may need a comedic break as they work through their personal situations and challenges.
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