Eat a Bowl of Tea (1989)
Release Date: Jul 21, 1989 Wide
Average Rating: 3.1/5
User Ratings: 1,198
Eat a Bowl of Tea is set in New York's Chinatown during the immediate postwar years. After a seeming eternity of separation, Chinese immigrants are finally allowed to bring their spouses to the U.S. thanks to looser immigration laws. Those husbands and wives no longer able to procreate fully expect their own sons to head back to China to seek out new brides. Russell Wong plays Ben Loy, a young man who decides not to marry the bride picked out for him, but a girl of his own choice, Mei Oi (played
Jul 21, 1989 Wide
Jun 3, 2003
Sony Pictures Entertainment
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Though not as witty as Chan Is Missing and not as touching as Dim Sum, Wayne Wang's Eat Bowl of Tea relates a little known story of the Chinese-American community, putting on screen characters seldom seen in mainstream American movies.
Pleasant but unexciting ethnic comedy/romance set in NYC's Chinatown in 1949.
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