So excited to attend the Opening Night Gala with a special screening of Justin Lin’s ‘Better Luck Tomorrow‘ Thursday, April 27th at 7PM at the Egyptian Theatre
Better Luck Tomorrow (BLT): Never underestimate an over achiever. To his classmates and teachers, high-schooler Ben Manibag (Perry Shen) appears to be the “model” student: a perfectionist and overachiever, destined for nothing less than graduating at the top of his class and then attending a prestigious college. But underneath this persona is a darker side – Ben and his bored high-school buddies lead double lives, flying high in a world of petty crime and material excess in order to ease the pressures of “being perfect.” It’s a free-wheeling lifestyle that soon takes a downward spiral, leading to an unexpected end. An Official Selection at the Sundance Film Festival, Better Luck Tomorrow is a gripping, edgy and provocative film that rips the tranquil, well-manicured facade off of middle-class suburbia and cultural stereotypes.
Buy tickets to see the opening night film with JUSTIN LIN, SUNG KANG, JUSTIN CHON, KARIN ANNA CHEUNG, RODGER FAN, MATTHEW KNOWLES, AARON TAKAHASHI and more supporting diversity in film with the 2017 LA Asian Pacific Film Festival. The Gala is presenting the 15 year anniversary of Justin Lin’s ‘Better Luck Tomorrow’ in the original 35mm film that premiered at Sundance after Sept 11th and not the life affirming film that everyone expected. The story and cast is not what people expected from the Asian stars/director.
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I did not realize that I had a giant hole in my heart ready to be filled by Dramaworld on Viki but after seeing the snippet I’m complete! This is so me that gets WAY too involved in my TV shows (especially animated … I still miss you Young Justice) so imagine my surprise that all this time my career calling is to be a facilitator! Opps I zoomed through the important parts. Viki is a online streaming of tv shows from around the world and they are premiering a new original series called ‘Dramaworld‘ about a dorky (I ASSUME I might be wrong but unlikely) K-Drama fan who’s transported into her favorite series to help the Woman get her dream man … hijinks will ensue and (am sure) mistaken identity! I’ve already fallen in love with this movie and am on pens and needles for the premier on April 17. Did I mention my new boyfriend is starring??? Justin Chon is darling in glasses but is a LITTLE too young for me so I’m breaking up with him for Sean Dulake . So excited to see this and hopefully I’ll get to interview the cast and creative team behind this cross-cultural comedy series.
PREMIERES EXCLUSIVELY ON VIKI.COM ON APRIL 17
Viki, a play on the words
wiki, is the global TV site where millions of people discover, watch and subtitle global primetime shows and movies in more than 200 languages. Together with its fans, Viki removes the language and cultural barriers that stand between great entertainment and fans everywhere.
Viki is part of the Rakuten Group of companies, which includes Viber, eBates, Lyft and more, reaching a global audience of nearly 1 billion users.
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