Lunch with Charles (2001)

  |  Adventure, Comedy, Drama


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Tong and April are married, but have been estranged since she moved to Vancouver three years ago to pursue her career. Tong decides to go look for her because he thinks she's having an affair.


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22 February 2001 | Ursula4X
10
| A deeply textured romantic comedy
Lunch with Charles was interesting on many levels and for many reasons. The film switches back at the beginning and the end from a crowded Hong Kong street to the wildly beautiful scenery of British Columbia. The mismatched lovers are also contrasts in culture and outlook.

The actors were outstanding and did a great job in keeping the situation which could have been somewhat silly from getting out of hand.

Nick Lea would have impressed me even if I was not already a fan. I like listening to comments about his acting from people who do not know who he is. In this case, most of the audience that attended were not Lea fans. I still heard favorable comments. The other leads were also well acted.

It's an entertaining movie with people portrayed whom for the most part you really wouldn't mind spending time.

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Release Date:

14 January 2001

Language

English, Cantonese


Country of Origin

Hong Kong, Canada

Filming Locations

Banff, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

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Budget:

$2,000,000 (estimated)

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