Today, we move towards a digital revolution in film where nearly anyone with a story to tell can pick up a digital camera and make a movie. Never before have film makers and the stories they tell been as diverse, cutting across racial, gender, and class boundaries.
The film revolution has been accompanied by another revolution in film distribution. Gone are the days of waiting for a major distributor to pick up a movie in order to bring it to the local Cineplex. Now, top Hollywood directors such as John Sayles, Mel Gibson and others, are moving towards self-distribution...
A short-legged girl in a long legged world.
Mai, a ribbon dancer from the countryside arrives in Saigon and befriends Kim, a b-girl, who brings Mai into the underground world of hip hop in modern day Saigon. A promise of a better life leads Kim's dance crew to the big competition, but a romance with a rich kid threatens to derail her plans.
An earnest bathroom clerk Dung falls in love and quits his job to pursue the affections of a beautiful lounge singer, Mai. However, she is already being chased by a wealthy real estate tycoon. Comedy ensues as the penniless clerks is forced to shack up with a very rich but very gay businessman looking for male companionship.
In modern-day Saigon, three lonely strangers form a unique family as a ten-year old orphan plays matchmaker to a zookeeper and a beautiful flight attendant.