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VintageFemme over 2 years ago
This isn't the most popular or well known lesbian movie but it's one of the better ones.
vidya almost 2 years ago
Cynthia Vance 5 years ago
Wilma Monaghan almost 7 years ago
Saving Face is a 2004 American romantic comedy drama film directed by Alice Wu. The film focuses on Wilhelmina, a young Chinese-American surgeon; her unwed, pregnant mother; and her dancer girlfriend. The name itself is a reference to the pan-East Asian social concept of face. Saving Face follows Wilhelmina ("Wil"), a young Chinese American surgeon, as she deals with her unwed mother's pregnancy, and the obligations of her dancer girlfriend Vivian. Wil struggles with allocating time between her mother (Gao) who is shunned by the Chinese American community of Flushing for being pregnant and unwed and thus has come to live with Wil, and her girlfriend, Vivian, whom she presents to her mother as only a friend. At the same time, Gao must decide whether the demands of her father's reputation, or the demands of her own heart, are more important. She soon realizes that she must marry a man named Cho to regain her father's "face" and not be an embarrassment to her family. Wil then finds out...
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