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Win Tickets to Saving Face!

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Saving Face, a romantic comedy about a daughter struggling to understand her mother's heart is set to make its Los Angeles premiere this Friday and we've got a pair of tickets to give away to send you and a guest to a screening next week. The film is from Sony Pictures Classics and received critical acclaim from our Northern Cali friends and was the opening night film of this year's Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.

The movie stars Joan Chen and Michelle Krusiec and was written and directed by Alice Wu. This is her first film.

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