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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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"A Wok in Progress," a video journal by gastronome Paul Kwan about his recovery from a 1995 stroke, his dreams following the stroke and the role food played in both. Kwan's sister, a recent immigrant from Hong Kong, is also featured in the film, and the meals they share bring back memories of his childhood. "A Wok in Progress" is the third film in a trilogy that also includes "Anatomy of a Springroll" and "Pins and Noodles." All three were made with Arnold Iger.