Little Saigon

Synopsis: When a cheesy Little Saigon Real Estate salesman attempts to lure new customers by networking at funerals of complete strangers, his life soon begins to spin out of control. He gets sucked into a strange, dangerous world and must decide to stay and fight or withdraw from Little Saigon.
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama
94 min

that's gonna be opening up

in Huntington Beach, so...

You see what a sneaky

asshole he is, Judge J?

You people see.

No job, no credit.

[Jack] No money, no money.

No money, no problem.

There, I think you've got it.

Now I ask you, is that bad acting?

Judge J.

You're still here?

Yeah, why wouldn't I be here.

You said you were gonna

take me to breakfast.

(yawning) I'm sorry, I can't.

Why not?

What happened?

I sobered up.

So it's like that?

Yeah, just like that.

Come on, you've gotta get outta here.

My wife'll be here any minute.

You, your wife?

[Jerry] Yeah, my wife.

You didn't tell me you were married.

Why should I?

It's none of your business.

Oh, god, where is it?


Come on, be a good girl!

Forget it.



Let's go for a little scuba dive.

How do you like that?

(floor creaks)

Oh, no, please no!

(eerie music)

Please, no!

(metallic ringing)

Oh, shit.


Please don't hurt me.

Please don't hurt me.



(light instrumental music)

Hey, Mindy, any calls?

Nothing you wanna hear about.

Well, try me.

Your ex-wife called, and she...

Oh, wait, whoa, whoa, which ex-wife?


Forget it, anyone else?

The police.

[Jack] The police?

Um, a guy named Detective Agnew.

(Jack sighs)

And he didn't leave a message,

but he said he'd stop by.

Stop by when?

I don't know.

Not sure, but it felt like soon.

Did it really?

It felt like soon?

Thanks, Mindy.

Um, Tuan, conference room, now.

(hinges squeaking)

So, look, what do you think the cops want?

I don't know.

Have you been doing anything illegal?

No, I can't think of

anything, and even if I had,

it would just be civil

litigation kinda stuff.

What about you?

I can't think of anything off hand.

Well, good.

Sounds like we're okay.

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