GREAT REVIEWS FROM CHICAGO FILM CRITICS!
We were thrilled to get some really positive reviews from Chicago area reviewers before our upcoming World Premiere on April 11thas part of the Asian-American Film Showcase at the Gene Siskel Film Center. The Chicago Reader called it a:
““strikingly original road movie Find Me, from Chinese-American writer-director Tom Huang. He stars as a divorced accountant in LA who's forced out of his comfort zone as he tracks a missing coworker through three southwest national parks. The stunning landscapes and Huang's low-key persona are enchanting, as are the ethnically diverse free spirits he encounters during his quest.”
Local Chicago TV and ReelHonestReviews.com movie critic Pamela Powell wrote:
“Find Me” is a funny, uniquely charming, and gorgeous film that will inspire you to “be a traveler, not a tourist” in life. … it’s a meaningful and poignant film with life lessons that will make you sigh and even shed a few tears.”
“The entire cast is outstanding in “Find Me.” Huang and Amini are a joy to see together in their roles as they have natural chemistry. Their comfortable conversations and non-verbal communication create a naturalness not typically captured in films. Amini brings zest to Huang’s writing for her character who has wonderful working knowledge about nature. And Huang has a stellar performance as a reluctant traveler filled with a longing for more.”
So happy to hear they enjoyed the film and big thanks for taking the time out for the write-ups!