Go Back to China movie review: rich kid has a reality check in Emily Ting’s film set in a Shenzhen toy factory

//Go Back to China movie review: rich kid has a reality check in Emily Ting’s film set in a Shenzhen toy factory

Go Back to China movie review: rich kid has a reality check in Emily Ting’s film set in a Shenzhen toy factory

3/5 starsInspired in part by her own experiences, writer-director Emily Ting follows up her 2015 debut Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong with the story of spoilt rich kid Sasha, who reluctantly leaves her Los Angeles high life to work in her estranged father’s toy factory in Shenzhen, southern China.This well-meaning, if somewhat clumsy drama is bolstered by a charming central turn from YouTuber Anna Akana, and Richard Ng Yiu-hon as her deeply conflicted father.Following the success of Lulu Wang’s…

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