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Saving Face

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In a story that looks strange and controversial, as it tells the story of the gay world. The story begins with a Chinese-American lesbian girl who has a relationship with her traditional mother, who are reluctant to appear to the public with secret love that runs counter to China's seemingly static cultural and social expectations.
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Denver Post

June 24, 2005

[Saving Face] gets its heart pumping by putting its lovers smack in the middle of family and community.
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Common Sense Media

December 17, 2010

Chinese-American mom and daughter reconnect.
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Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)

August 12, 2005

This indie film's wrong turns include a feel-good finish as phony as any Hollywood ending.
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Film Journal International
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March 01, 2007

Exudes the kind of warmth and intelligence that delivers to well-defined segments of the indie-oriented audience.
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eFilmCritic.com
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August 03, 2007

Wu has abundant affection for her characters and a sharp eye for how they interact.
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Globe and Mail
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July 01, 2005

Wu has a keen ear for the rhythm of speech, and much of the humour rests in the conversations' staccato beat -- in breezy put-downs and tossed-off asides and disgruntled mutterings.
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AV Club

September 26, 2005

The message here, as in every quirky ethnic romantic comedy, is 'follow your heart.' But wouldn't it be great if for once the characters cared more about the continuity of antiquated cultural traditions than their own personal happiness?
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Kansas City Star
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September 16, 2005

If that sounds supremely sitcomy, well, it is. But Wu and her cast elevate the proceedings.
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Toronto Star
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July 01, 2005

Goes beyond the obvious into something a lot more current and meaningful: the need to make your own love, even if society looks askance.
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Urban Cinefile
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August 30, 2005

There's a wedding, a death and two love affairs in Saving Face, and they all come as a surprise
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Orlando Sentinel

July 01, 2005

Saves face with terrific performances.
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Chicago Reader
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February 09, 2007

Abjectly collapses into feel-good nonsense.
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