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Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival


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Saturday 11/16
9:30 pm
Ibrahim Theater
$8 General Public
$6 Students & Seniors
FREE IHP Members

FOR FILMS AND EVENTS PRESENTED BY IHP, Tickets ARE Also Available From the IHP Box Office, which is normally open Tue-Sat from noon-8pm (or, for events outside of those times, from one hour before until one hour after the scheduled starting time).  
call 215.895.6590. 

dir. Stanley Yung, USA, 2013, Horror, 88 min.

Philadelphia Premiere! Director Stanley Yung is expected in attendance for post film Q&A.

Eddy Tsai hates being Asian. He’s even changed his last name to “Richards” and lies that he was adopted by Caucasian parents. His lifelong dream is to become a serial killer like his hero Ted Bundy. CHINK is a slasher movie with a message. This movie will make no apologies. It will push your buttons and make you squirm. It will piss people off, but hopefully it will also foster much needed debate about the state of the Asian American male in contemporary society. This is a movie that had to be made, because there’s never been anything like it before.

Eugenia Yuan (“Memoirs of a Geisha”) also stars, along with prolific character actor, Tzi Ma (“Rush Hour” films).