House of Luk (2001) - Rotten Tomatoes

House of Luk (2001)





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Three strangers find their lives reflected by proverbs they find in fortune cookies at the same Chinese restaurant in this episodic comedy-drama. Chuck (Pierre Brault) is a divorced father who has trouble getting through to his son (Mark Bastianelli) or his mother (Elaine Klimasko). Hoping to encourage his son to try something new, Chuck buys his boy a violin, but the youngster doesn't have much interest in the instrument. His mother, however, is another story; she picks up the fiddle and masters the instrument with remarkable speed, and her music speaks of the deep emotions she refuses to share with her son. As it turns out, the violin itself also has a rather remarkable history to tell. Elsewhere, Ho Fook (John Ng) is an interior designer who professes to be an expert on the art of feng shui, even though he displays no gift for it in his own home, and Marshall (Dan Lalande) is tired of paying alimony, so he puts himself to the task of finding a new spouse for his ex-wife (Loraine Ansell), though given her bitterness this may be no easy task. House of Luk also features Pat Morita as the proprietor of the Chinese restaurant that's the nexus point for the film's three stories. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


Pierre Brault
as Chuck Warden
Dan Lalande
as Marshall Cotton
Linda Goodwin
as Francine
Mark Bastianelli
as Chuck's son
Elaine Klimasko
as Mrs. Warden
John Ng
as Ho Fook
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