Devoted wife and mother, sixty-year-old Maria Wang’s life is altered when she discovers an orange thong in her husband’s pants pocket, forcing her to confront how powerless she truly is. Her efforts to find out the truth send her on an unexpected journey of liberation.
Mina Shum has written and directed five award-winning feature films that have successfully touched international and domestic audiences. Her films have premiered in Sundance, Toronto and Berlin. The New York Times calls her work “wry and winning”. As well as her feature films, Shum’s work includes art installations, essays, lectures and short films. Film titles include Double Happiness, Drive, She Said, Long Life Happiness and Prosperity, Ninth Floor and the upcoming Meditation Park. Shum has also directed episodic television in all lengths for a variety of networks including CTV, CBC, Nickleodeon, Oxygen, W and MTV/Logo.See Mina's IMBD page
The critically acclaimed documentary feature about Caribbean university students in Montreal, who charge their professor with racism in 1969.
It started quietly when a group of Caribbean students, strangers in a cold new land, began to suspect their professor of racism.
This beloved film stars Sandra Oh as Jade Li, an actress struggling to assert her independence from the expectations of her immigrant family.
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