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Written by Perris Alexander and Aki Aleong
Performed by Darrin Milton
Courtesy of Right Door Productions
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Waste of time...melodrama instead of history
Mr. Aleong should stick to acting. Apparently for this film he thought if he'd call in acting favors from all of his friends, who all give the worst performances of their careers, and write a thrown-together screenplay in which the lead actor cries constantly, he could piggyback the important story of Chinese persecution in America, with almost no education to be gained from his film, and do the the viewer the service of listening to him sing while the credits go up.
Absolute garbage of a film.
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