"Falling For Grace" Matinee in Del Mar, Q&A After Movie

  • November 8, 2008 · 12:00 PM
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November 8th, Saturday Movies: "Falling For Grace" Meetup Time: 12:00pm Movie Showtime: 12:30pm 2630 Via de la Valle Del Mar, CA 92014 (858)[masked] Host: Eric aka Eric31 (619)[masked] (Mobile) [masked] Finally inching a little closer to North County to the Ultrastar Cinemas Flower Hill 4 in Del Mar at the Flower Hill Mall at the Via De La Valle exit at Interstate 5. Let's check out this small independent romantic comedy starring Fay Ann Lee who is the writer, director and star.
Note: Q&A session will follow with Fay Ann Lee (writer/director/star).
Synopsis: Falling for Grace, rated PG 13, is an independent romantic comedy from writer/director/star Fay Ann Lee; the film also stars Gale Harold, Margaret Cho, Christine Baranski, Ken Leung, and Roger Rees, with a special appearance by Lewis Black. The story follows Grace Tang, an ambitious Wall Street banker from New York's Chinatown, who aspires to join the elite social circles of the Upper East Side. When a case of mistaken identity brings her together with the city's most eligible bachelor, she must carefully negotiate her personal ties to Chinatown and the precarious politics of Wall St. and high society.
Web Links: Falling For Grace - Official Website
Ultrastar Cinemas - Flower Hill 4

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  • Terry

    Very interesting, a different perspective, I work in Human Trafficking and I know LA, Frisco and other large cities have many trafficking victims slaving away in sweat shops.

    November 10, 2008

  • MaryBeth

    I enjoyed the movie and meeting the writer/director/lead actress afterward.

    November 10, 2008


    I really enjoyed the movie and meeting Lee Ann Fay.

    November 10, 2008

  • A former member
    A former member

    Ok, maybe I'm the only one who didn't really like this movie, and am not surprized that, even though the writer, lead actress and director (all in one) has toured the entire US with this film for a year, speaking at each showing, it just doesn't catch on. I do commend her for her perserverance and fortitude in both making and promoting the film, but that doesn't change for me the lackluster of it. For me, the dialog was sorely lacking and the movie... fall asleep (and I did a few times) slow. So many scenes where characters just stare (and stare and stare) at each other. Even when they finally do speak, the words are entirely emotionless in scenes wanting loads of emotion. If I were to draw a line to represent this film, it would be a flat. Of course, I could be wrong.

    November 9, 2008

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