East Side Sushi

Samuel Goldwyn Films
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Margaret

Wonderful film highlighting open-minded exploration and acceptance of other cultures.

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Maria Elena

What a lovely film. Loving the Mexican/Japonés connection and story. There are many of these cross-cultural stories yet untold. ¡Bravo!

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Lorraine

I enjoyed it!

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UX Sensei

Really liked it.

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Jesenia

what a great movie! I loved it.

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Babak

I was fortunate to get to see a special screening of this film at my college. It's a terrific film that has stayed in my mind since I watched it a few weeks ago, unlike some films that are easily forgotten. This film has several themes including "gender roles and sushi rolls", as well as ...Read more

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