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Owl And The Sparrow & several other Asian American & Asian International films at LAFF '07

Read all about it at AsianAmericanFilm.com.

Here is a sample:

OWL AND THE SPARROW

WORLD PREMIERE - 2007 LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL

SCREENING TIMES:
Sat. Jun 23, 5:00pm, Landmark's Regent
Tue. Jun 26, 7:00pm, Majestic Crest

SYNOPSIS: Writer-director Stephane Gauger's gentle and luminous film unfolds on the tough but hopeful streets of urban Vietnam. Headstrong and irrepressible, 10-year-old Thuy runs away to Saigon after causing trouble on the job at her uncle's factory. Alone in the city, selling roses on the streets, she eventually befriends two lovelorn strangers: Lan, a beautiful but heartbroken flight attendant, and Hai, a zookeeper more comfortable with his animals than people. Pham Thi Han, in her first film role, is a true discovery as the spirited Thuy, and Gauger directs the young star with an assured, understated hand in this romantic tale of love and loneliness.

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- Sujewa

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