All God's Children Can Dance (2008)

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All God’s Children Can Dance: Directed by Robert Logevall. With Joan Chen, Jason Lew, Sonja Kinski, Tzi Ma. In Korea Town Los Angeles, a young man, Kengo, believes he’s the son of God – that’s what his mother told him since he was a young boy. He spends his days working his dead-end job and figuring out his complex feelings for his girlfriend until, one day, he sees a one-eared man who could be his father and decides to follow him around Los Angeles.

“I was intrigued from the very start. The mellow story line got more and more interesting as the film went on. The camera angles were incredible, adding depth to the characters. It was great to see the not-so-familiar locations in LA. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eJason Lew has such a distinct face that it captured my attention right away. In my opinion, his character seemed a bit subdued. I would have liked to see him show more emotion. Sonja Kinski is gorgeous in a humble way which was perfect for her character. She did a great job of not overacting her role.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAs I always do when Iu0026#39;m interested in a movie or film, I googled a few of the people behind the scenes and itu0026#39;s no wonder this film is so well put together. Robert Logevall is a brilliant cinematographer. I checked out his reel on the Anonymous Content website and was very impressed! You can see that he u0026quot;stretched his wingsu0026quot; more on this film. I highly recommend it!”

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