Chinese Take-Away
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In Buenos Aires, the bitter and methodic Roberto is a lonely man and the owner of a hardware store. Roberto collects bizarre worldwide news in an album as a hobby and his acquaintance Mari has an unrequited love for him, but Roberto is always evasive. One day, Roberto sees a Chinese named Jun being expelled from a taxi while he is watching the landing of airplanes in the airport and he helps the man to stand up. Jun does not speak Spanish and shows a tattoo with an address on his arm. Roberto heads to the spot with Jun and discover that the place belonged to Jun's uncle that sold it three… More
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Darin and Huang are an acting dream team. The film has a heartwarming core shot through with black humor, as director Sebastian Borensztein re-creates the zany calamities recorded in Roberto's scrapbooks."
‑ Colin Covert, Minneapolis Star Tribune
"It is hardly possible to suggest how involving this story becomes. One can see how it could have been a comedy, but this is no comedy."
‑ Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"A touching,beguiling tale of two lost souls in Argentina."
‑ Don Groves, sbs.com.au
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