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Falling for Grace

Rating:PG-13 (for language)
Genre:Comedy, Romance
Release Date:April 18, 2008
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:Gale Harold, Fay Ann Lee, Ken Leung, Stephanie March, Christine Baranski
Director:Fay Ann Lee
Producer:Susan Batson, Michelle Botticelli, Fay Ann Lee, Carl Rumbaugh, Stephanie Wang, Juan Carlos
Writer:Fay Ann Lee, Karen Rousso
Distributor:Canal Street Pictures

Description: A cross between Working Girl and My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Falling for Grace is the story of Grace Tang, an ambitious Wall Street banker, determined to work her way up the ladder of life and out of working-class Chinatown. When a case of mistaken identity brings Grace together with New York's most eligible bachelor, she is unwittingly swept up in a whirlwind or romance and white lies. Now, to untangle herself, she'll have to carefully negotiate her personal ties to Chinatown and the politics of Wall Street and high society.

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