The story of a beloved Montreal restaurant, and a new drama takes to the skies | Passport Picks
A daughter recalls her memories of her family’s restaurant Lee’s Garden, one of the first Chinese restaurants to open outside of Montreal’s Chinatown in the 1950s. Through interviews with former customers and families who owned other restaurants, the documentary explores how these early restaurants played an important role in the social history of Chinese and Jewish communities.
United only by their passion for flying, two totally different men quarrel for over twenty years. But can they work together to stop the coming war? From Walter Presents, in Dutch with English subtitles.
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