West 32nd
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Fresh off the success of his Humanitas Award-winning third feature The Motel, director Michael Kang weaves this modern noir drama detailing the events that transpire when a New York lawyer (John Cho) inadvertently becomes mixed-up with a gang of violent Korean gangsters. Former Dreamworks investor and South Korean film giant CJ Entertainment finances a film produced by Teddy Zee and featuring a special appearance by Marrying the Mafia star Jung Jun-ho.
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Writer/director Michael Kang seems to be going for a Mean Streets vibe, but he's no Scorsese, at least not yet."
‑ Don Willmott, Filmcritic.com
"A well-made, street-stylish drama that defies stock Hollywood storytelling conceits with its complex themes and grey-area approach to its subject matter."
‑ Brian Linder, IGN Movies
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