Fleeing an arranged marriage in China, the independent Peony signs a contract to work as a “flower girl” in America, where she meets Tom, an American Born Chinese cook whose father works on the Transcontinental Railroad. Thwarted by a Hong Kong Triad boss seeking to extend his power into America, theirs is the tale of the first great Chinese immigration to the United States—a story of romance, bigotry, passion, food and a search for everlasting love— set against the largest mass lynching in American history, in Los Angeles’ Chinatown, in 1871.
|Domestic Releases:||October 24th, 2017 (Limited) by Crimson Forest Entertainment Group Inc.|
|Running Time:||106 minutes|
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|Keywords:||Immigration, Lynching, Asian-Americans, Los Angeles|
|Source:||Based on Real Life Events|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Production Countries:||Hong Kong,|