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Shanghai Kiss

Shanghai Kiss ★★ 2007

Twentysomething Liam Liu (Leung) is a struggling Chinese-American actor in L.A. who be friends 16-year-old high school genius Adelaide (Panettiere). Imagine the compli cations when romance starts lurking, and Liam can't quite forget temptation when he decides to move to Shanghai after inheriting his grandmother's house. 106m/C DVD . Ken Leung, Hayden Panettiere, Kelly Hu, Joel David Moore, James Hong, Timothy Bottoms; D: Kern Konwiser, David Ren; W: David Ren; C: Alexander Buono; M: David Kitay. VIDEO

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