Falling for Grace (2006)
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Fay Ann Lee's modern spin on the story of Cinderella, Falling For Grace, stars Fay Ann Lee as a Chinese-American who dreams of living among the social elites in New York City. One day she is mistaken for an heiress and is invited to a posh party where she falls in love with a lawyer. She hides her true identity from him, and he himself has a few secrets he keeps from the woman. Falling For Grace had its world premiere at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival (where it screened under the title East
Jul 20, 2007 Wide
Jan 12, 2010
Canal Street Pictures - Official Site
Fay Ann Lee
Andrew Barrington Jr.
Andrew Barrington Sr.
A mess with moments of transcendence, suggesting that [director] Lee has talent. But she needs to learn how to get out of her own way.
Romantic comedy of a first-generation Chinese woman, played by the writer-director, and her old-money WASP beau is no My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
Wonderfully anchored by symbolic socioeconomic elements borrowed from Cinderella and its Chinese folkloric version, along with sassy comic relief courtesy of Margaret Cho as a take no prisoners colleague with strong opinions.
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