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DP: In the production notes, Emily says you two to give her back “really good notes in re-working the script” and she “went through two months of intensive re-writes with their guidance.” What were your suggestions? The dialogue flowed, the core of it was there but it just needed a little bit of a polish.

Also: when people, Josh and Ruby, meet for the first time and the timing isn’t right–that’s the same thing that happened to us. She’s taken aback because they left their first interaction so abruptly and she happened to move to Hong Kong since the last time they met. She wants to pick up where they left off or close the book after a final chapter.

DP: I know you have to identify some with your characters, but–and I consider them very likable–have you ever thought about whether they are good people? DP: Was it a completely romantic setting in your view, or did you want it to be partly alienating?

“Ruby (Jamie Chung), a Chinese American toy designer from L.

A., visits Hong Kong for the first time on business.

DP: Jamie, if Josh was wearing a ring, would Ruby have walked with him to her destination?

BG: I think she would have appreciated his help, regardless.

fits my category Movies That Should Play in Sag Harbor.

You won’t have to wait until tomorrow to see Emily Ting’s debut feature, because this Hong Kong-set romance opens this weekend, at the Village East Cinema on 12th Street and Second Avenue in NYC and around the country.

They part ways but run into each other a year later, after she has moved to Hong Kong.

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