Also check out Margin Film’s website.
Check out this short film by Quentin Lee based on a true story.
If you check out the Amazon.com and Amazon.ca pages you will find that the DVD of The People I’ve Slept With is up for preorder to be released on March 22. The US Amazon site has the DVD listed for $9.99 while Canada is nearly twice as much at $18.99 (probably because they just import it from the US site). You can check out my review of the film.
The People I’ve Slept With (2009)
directed by Quentin Lee, written by Koji Steven Sakai
starring Karin Anna Cheung (Better Luck Tomorrow), Wilson Cruz (My So Called Life), Archie Kao (CSI), James Shigeta (Flower Drum Song, Die Hard, countless TV episodes), Lynn Chen (in almost every single Asian American film in the past 12 months it would seem)
Let’s get the synopsis out of the way first. Plot A: Angela (Karin Anna Cheung) is a single Asian American female who loves sex but is forced to face the consequences of her promiscuous tendencies when she becomes pregnant. She decides to find out who the father is with one of the candidates being Jefferson (Archie Kao) with whom Angela prefers over the others. Plot B: Angela’s best friend, Gabriel (Wilson Cruz), is a gay man whose casual attitude to relationships also causes him to think about changing his ways when Lawrence (Rane Jameson) breaks up with him. Continue reading “Review: The People I’ve Slept With”