Bandistan Ensemble’s roots represent the traditions of Central Asian nomadic traditions, as well as the more sedentary traditions that reflect a secular Islamic influence, embellished with elaborate musical ornamentation.
After his mother’s death, Chan Kai-yuk leaves Guangzhou to look up his father, but is disappointed to find he is a burden. Alone and homeless, Yuk is taken in by Auntie Fen, a middle-aged recluse in the early stages of Alzheimer’s.
Until recently, young Korean-American David Cho has lived a subdued life in L.A.'s Korea-town, but when his parent's financial struggles lead him to a part-time job in a Korean spa, burgeoning sexual desires rise to the surface.
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