King of Peking at Tribeca Film Festival

A father and son come together in this 90's Beijing comedic drama, The King of Peking. The story follows father Big Wong as he starts a pirate film with his son, Little Wong. SinoVision Journal reporter Christie Clements sat down with writer and director, Sam Voutas to learn more his latest film.

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