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Under One Roof

Under One Roof ★★½ 2002

Cute Daniel Chang (Wong) is a Chinese American guy living with his tradition bound mother (Lee) in San Francisco. She wants grandchildren and keeps introducing her son to suitable Chinese girls. Dan iel is keeping secret the fact that he's gay—until mom rents out the basement flat to newtothecity Robert (Marks). Daniel's attracted and if Robert reciprocates, Mother Chang is in for a big surprise. Sweet story if unevenly told. 76m/C VHS, DVD . Jay Wong, James Marks, Sandra Lee, Vivian Kobayashi; D: Todd Wilson; W: David Lewis; C: Dan Schmeltzer; M: Jack Curtis Dubowsky.

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