“EAT MY FATHER FOR DINNER”— A Personal Journey in a Few Words

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“EAT MY FATHER FOR DINNER”

A Personal Journey in a Few Words

Amos Lassen

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Li Bin directed “Eat My Father for Dinner” as a personal voyage into the lives, loves, relationships of a 21-year-old multi-talented director who stars in what can only be called one of the most original sexy queer movies in a long time. It is also one of the most uniquely named films I have heard of. This is China’s first gay mystical film. On a quiet afternoon, we meet a character as he wakes up, aware of that he is dying. He is taken to the hospital, resuscitated and then taken back home. A fantasy story begins with that the mysterious afternoon…

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