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An Asian-American actor, living in Los Angeles, is forced to reconsider his roots as well as the possibilities afforded him by his present situation after suddenly inheriting his... See more »

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Liam Liu
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Adelaide Bourbon
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Micki Yang
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Joe Silverman (as Joel Moore)
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Mark Liu - Liam's Dad
Kathleen Lancaster ...
Georgia
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Jessica / Cute Blonde
Steve Connell ...
Casting Director (voice)
Brian Gardner ...
Young Handsome Guy
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Adelaide's Father
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Virginia
Oliver Yan ...
Ling Ming
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Jai Li
Chen Li ...
Amy
Hu Qing Yun ...
Karaoke Madamme
Wenzai Gu ...
Taxi Driver (as China Gu Wen Zhai)
Michael Gleissner ...
Frank The Umbrella Man
Yun Xu ...
Bellhop
Sun Nian Sheng ...
Mr. Wu
Hui Xia Li ...
Mrs. Wu
Xu Tuo ...
Little Chinese Girl
Huimin Xie ...
Tea Egg Vendor
Cheng Ling ...
Noodle Shop Waitress
Qian Zuo Guo ...
Old Woman With Cell Phone
Zhang Zhang ...
Bartender
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French Teacher
Julius Callahan ...
Jeff Cleanpants (uncredited)
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Movie Goer Guy (uncredited)
Carina Rhea ...
Bartender (uncredited)

Directed by

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Kern Konwiser
David Ren

Written by

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David Ren ... ()

Produced by

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Michael Gleissner ... executive producer
Kip Konwiser ... producer
Stephanie Kwong ... co-executive producer
Brent Morris ... line producer
David Ren ... executive producer
Wei Wang ... co-producer
Baiyang Yu ... line producer
Zhenyan Zhang ... co-producer

Music by

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David Kitay

Cinematography by

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Alexander Buono

Film Editing by

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Zene Baker

Editorial Department

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Ken Schwartz ... colorist
Stacey Sexton ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Linda Phillips-Palo

Production Design by

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Wenzai Gu ... (as Gu Wen Zhai)
Ben Woolverton

Set Decoration by

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Laura Evans

Costume Design by

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Shawnelle Cherry

Makeup Department

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Essie Cha ... assistant makeup artist
Tanya Cookingham ... hair stylist
Jennifer Greenberg ... assistant makeup artist / hair stylist
Lorna Reid ... wig master
Richard Rodier ... key makeup artist
Edie Stanley ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Jeff Fitzpatrick ... production manager (as Jeff Carlson)
Christopher Kulikowski ... post-production supervisor
Baiyang Yu ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Heather I. Denton ... second assistant director
Tony Steinberg ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Susan Cho ... art department coordinator
Briana Dorner ... set dresser
Carol Lea Pike ... property master
Michael Treveloni ... set dresser
Lynny Warner ... leadman

Sound Department

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Willy Allen ... adr editor
Garret Bever ... assistant sound
Spencer Blair ... post-audio assistant
Joe Cappelletti ... voice director: adr
Chris Elam ... re-recording mixer
Adam Fike ... post sound coordinator
Patrick M. Griffith ... supervising sound editor
Steve McCarty ... sound editor
Matthew Nicolay ... sound mixer
April Tucker ... sound post-production (as April Cech) / sound recordist (as April Cech)
Stacey A. Washer ... boom operator

Visual Effects by

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Brian Allan ... visual effects producer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Mark Brown ... grip
Henry Canon ... grip
David R. Casey ... gaffer
Hugh Casey ... best boy electric
Jesse Crusing ... electrician
Patrick Farrell ... dolly grip
Trish Herremans ... electrician
William H. Hobson ... best boy grip
Mark Hyde ... key grip
Daniel Kauahi ... grip
Tucker Korte ... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Erwin Landau ... Steadicam operator: Los Angeles
Dan Ming ... first assistant camera
Jeff Pantukhoff ... assistant camera
Rafael Peregrina ... grip
Jay Pope ... electrician
John Steur ... grip
Chris Tonkovich ... electrician
Sam Urdank ... still photographer
Randolph J. Verdigo ... grip (as Randy Verdugo)

Casting Department

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Paul Palo ... casting associate / extras casting
Jessica Sonneborn ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Kevin Ian Ackerman ... set costumer
Tisha D. Nagel ... key costumer (as Tisha Jahnke)

Location Management

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David Payne ... assistant location manager
Eric Pilarcik ... location manager
Eduardo Ricketts Jr. ... location manager

Music Department

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Gary Barlough ... score recordist
Cathy Carapella ... music clearance: Diamond Time
Gerry Gershman ... music supervisor
David Kitay ... score producer
Chris Robertson ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Corey Askins ... transportation coordinator
Eli Lozano ... driver

Other crew

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Cecilia Cardwell ... studio teacher
Carol A. Compton ... script clearance
Danny Davidson ... production coordinator (as Danny Muscoplat)
Cynthia Garcia Walker ... production accountant
Pinghu Gu ... production coordinator: China
Steven G. Kaplan ... production legal
Shannon Kenny ... script supervisor
Arron Kinser ... key set production assistant
Jim Lau ... adr voice
Mareo-Ahmir Lawson ... production assistant
C.J. LongHammer ... production assistant
Jess Nunez ... payroll accountant
Cindy Swartz ... set medic
Rosana Tomas ... office production assistant
Bill Wang ... cast assistant
Ron Yuan ... voice

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A struggling Chinese-American actor, who unwittingly finds himself involved with a high school girl, learns he has inherited his grandmother's home in Shanghai. The American-raised character moves to China in an attempt to connect with his ancestry, leaving behind quite possibly the only girl who has ever loved him. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines Love needs no translation. See more »
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Also Known As
  • The Shanghai Kid (United States)
  • O Amor em Beverly Hills (Brazil)
  • Шанхайский поцелуй (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 106 min
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Trivia In the scene where Liam and Micki are watching a movie, Liam mentions how The Rock sounds like Richard Simmons and Micki asks 'Who is the Rock?'. Kelly Hu starred in The Scorpion King (2002) with Dwayne Johnson (The Rock). See more »
Goofs When Joel returns to the table he is clearly seen holding a single serving butter pack in his left hand as he sits down, but as we switch to a different camera angle, he is holding a fork. See more »
Movie Connections References Casablanca (1942). See more »
Soundtracks Hang On Little Tomato See more »
Quotes Adelaide Bourbon: [to Liam] To Shanghai? Who moves to Shanghai? No one does that, no one moves to Shanghai!
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