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Crazy Rich Asians

Crazy Rich Asians
Crazy Rich Asians




121 minutes


Comedy, Romance


Cantonese / English / Mandarin

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Rachel Chu is an American-born Chinese professor of economics, specialising in Game Theory, at New York University. Her long-term boyfriend Nick Young is also a professor at NYU, and together they plan a trip to Singapore for his best friend’s wedding in which Nick is the best man. Having never met Nick’s family before and knowing very little about them, Rachel becomes suspicious when they’re upgraded to a luxury first-class flight, and she soon discovers Nick’s big secret: he’s rich. But with incredible wealth comes sacrifice, as Nick’s mother Eleanor is keen to point out. And though Rachel does everything in her power to win her over, her far more modest roots – alongside career ambitions of her own – are at odds with Eleanor’s plans for her son’s future. ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is a feel-good romantic-comedy, based on the global bestseller, which looks at themes such as class, family and upbringing, featuring an all-Asian cast.


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12A Classification

Infrequent strong language, moderate sex references.

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