Goodfellas meets Ip Man when a young Chinese nobody sets out to become a Don in the Italian Mafia. It turns out that earning respect, finding love, and discovering his identity doesn't come so easy. He'll have to fight his way to the top.

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Mark V Wiley
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Cast

Credited cast:
Raymond J. Barry ... Sean O'Greedy
Vincent Pastore ... Amadore Condimento
James Lew ... Lew
Joseph D'Onofrio ... Donny the Baker
Celia Au ... Suzie Wong
Tony Darrow ... Al Capella
Shuya Chang ... May wong
Chris Caldovino ... Paulie
William DeMeo ... Produce Joe
Kristoffe Brodeur ... Italian Mobster #3
Tony Ray Rossi ... Fountain Soda Eddie
Asia Sparks ... Lotus Petal
Paul Borghese ... Frankie Brows
Meng Lo ... Hung Phat
Chi Ling Chiu ... Hai Chu
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It's Goodfellas meets Ip Man when a young Chinese nobody sets out to become a Don in the Italian Mafia. But tensions are high between the two cultures already as they move into each other's turf and a dirty crime commissioner is playing both sides. It turns out that earning respect, finding love, and discovering his identity doesn't come so easy. He'll have to fight his way to the top. Written by Mark V Wiley

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To find love, earn respect, and save his family... "Vinny" Chow joins the MOB See more »

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Action | Comedy

Certificate:

TV-14
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Legend Art Camacho was originally supposed to be the director of the movie, ended up leaving the movie after one week of production due to artistic disagreement with writer & producer Mark Wiley. See more »

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A Field of Easter Eggs
31 May 2021 | by bigmanfanSee all my reviews

It wasn't until the 2nd watching that I started seeing all the Easter eggs in this film. Twisted lines from The Godfather, Donnie Brasco, Goodfellas, Bruce Lee, Zen and more. Images and props from other films. The writer did a great job smashing stereotypes by directing fun at them, not playin on them. He actors played their parts straight, with silly dialogue. I think this is the first time these two genres have been mixed, and at the core is a story of self-identity and love. Really good. Not a 10, but sure to be a Cult Classic and a study for film students for decades to come.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Cantonese

Release Date:

11 May 2021 (USA) See more »

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Made in Chinatown See more »

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New York, USA See more »

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$1,700,000 (estimated)
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