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Patrick Wang

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    Que(e)ries: The Best Gay Indie Drama You've Probably Never Seen Is Out on DVD and Blu-ray Today

    When first-time filmmaker Patrick Wang's "In The Family" was initially released in theaters way back in November 2011 (after premiering at the Hawaii Film Festival a month earlier), it had a tiny limited showing in New York that was met with little fanfare (though it did get a rave in The New York T...

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    Review: 'In The Family' A Sincere, Heartbreaking Indie Drama

    It’s tough for the drama. For every movie that is successfully earnest and sincere in its heartbreaking story, about fifty others are willed into the cinema that rest on familiar tropes, forced emotions lacking any legitimate heart, and a trusty sensational score that knows just when to blare. Their...

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    Interview: 'In The Family' Director Patrick Wang Talks Traveling The Country With His Film & Directing While In Character

    A generally pleasant, positive, and polite human being, first-time filmmaker Patrick Wang began to lose a bit of his optimism after completing “In The Family.” A sincere and epic three hour drama with most scenes covered in a single take, the director had few supporters and no festivals willing to s...

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