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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.
Saw the film in Sausalito. Walked by the Marin Theater and saw a flier the producers were handing out describing the movie as charming. I don't usually go for romantic comedies but this lived up to their advertising. It is a really charming film with interesting twists, LOL funny in places and really endearing family scenes. I even choked up in a couple of places. All the actors were great and the two lead characters, Grace and Andrew, had wonderful believable chemistry. So often in movies like this chemistry between the two leads seemed forced. In Falling For Grace, you really want the two of them to get together in the end. The only actors I recognized were Margaret Cho, Christine Baranksi and Lewis Black and they were all great. The Chinese family I had never seen before but they were excellent. T The producer was there at the end and he gave interesting details that added to the wonderful theater going experience. I totally recommend!
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