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United States | 2009 | 17:00 | Fiction, Live Action
Andy, a self-absorbed bratty teenager, is forced to work at a struggling Chinese antique shop owned by Kuo, a close family friend. Although he is rebellious and unwilling at first, Andy's attitude slowly changes as he begins to understand Kuo and the struggles he is faced with.
Chinese Antique is a film that is a first in many different aspects for Nine Finger Productions. It was a film made in 168 hours for a film contest. It's the first film made by us that was inspired by a true story. It is a Christian film that is made to attract both non-Christians and Christians alike. And it was the first time we ever worked with a SAG actor. This film was made entirely by 14 college students during the middle of the school year. The film's budget was an estimated $250.
Copyright © 2009 Nine Finger Productions
7th 168 Film Festival | 2009
3 Apr – 4 Apr | Glendale, United States
28 Oct – 30 Nov | Los Angeles, United States
1 Dec – 5 Dec | Myrtle Beach, United States
2nd Sundial Film Festival | 2010
10 Mar – 13 Mar | Redding, United States
23 Apr – 30 Apr | Newport Beach, United States
29 Apr – 2 May | Seattle, United States
Beijing International Movie Festival | 2010
7 Jun – 30 Jun | Beijing, China
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