Directed by Tony Wei
When rickshaw tour guide Huang learns that the woman he secretly admires is leaving tropical Hainan on the last boat out, he must find a way to hold onto love before it sets sail without him.
Writer: Chung Lee
Producers: Chung Lee, Tony Wei, Mao-Shin Chiang
Director of Photography: Aaron Kovalchik
Cast: Chung-Heng Chu, Cary Woodworth, Jia-Le Yan, Mao-Shin Chiang
Total Running Time: 15:15
Capture Format: HDcam
When reserved Huang learns that the woman he's longed for is leaving the island, he must profess his love now or lose her for good. But impeding his quest is an oversexed American whom Huang must chauffeur around for the entire day. This is a story about two polar opposite men who, throughout their day's journey, discover that they just may have more in common than ever imagined. And the key to this revelation lies in one green tropical nut.
Tony Wei was born in Taiwan. Though much of his childhood was spent in the street markets of Taipei, he also grew up roaming the strip malls of New Jersey. Tony received his undergraduate degree from Brown University where he studied Art-Semiotics and Neuroscience. His last film The Best Men (2007) is distributed by Frameline, a global leader in the promotion of critically-acclaimed LGBT films. It can currently be viewed at logoonline.com and on iTunes. Tony's next directorial short film deals with the death of small town America while his feature script is an immigrant story about a delinquent Taiwanese boy who wants to be a ballroom dancer.