Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival Virtual Showcase

Vietnamese American Retro: ALL ABOUT DAD + Q&A

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Mr. Do has raised his kids to be good Catholics and to live up to his unrealistic expectations. His son Ty is abandoning pre-med to chase a less practical dream, while Linh is keeping her fiance’s background a secret. However, they aren’t the only ones with secrets in the Do family. It’s time Dad faces the truth that his kids have grown up.

Delightfully hilarious, yet mixed with great tenderness and humanism, ALL ABOUT DAD addresses the familiar theme of old world father vs. new world kids with deftness and originality. It’s a family portrait that’s sure to resonate with any family.

This film played at the 2009 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    80 minutes
  • Language
    English, Vietnamese
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Mark Tran
  • Screenwriter
    Mark Tran
  • Producer
    Todd Banhazl , Mark Tran
  • Executive Producer
    Barnaby Dallas, Maurice Kanbar, Ned Kopp, Nick Martinez, Scott Sublett
  • Cast
    David Huynh, Yen Ly, Steve Cloyes
  • Cinematographer
    Todd Banhazl
  • Editor
    Jeremy Castillo
  • Production Design
    John York
  • Music
    Ryan Rey