February 8, 2008

Tailor Made - a documentary about the last tailors of Vancouver's Chinatown airs on CBC Newsworld


"A naïve apprentice and a hot, young master tailor are both interested in taking over a legendary tailor shop in Vancouver's Chinatown, but they'll have a hard time convincing the hard-working Wong brothers to retire."


I'm the naive one! And I also have a story development credit (whatever that is).

But regardless, "hurrah" for Len Lee and Marsha Newberry, the directors.

The Globe and Mail just declared it:
"One of the sweetest, most tender docs in years, Tailor Made is more than just a record of the closing of a long-time Vancouver landmark business. It's a beautifully fashioned story of passion, tradition, family and letting go."

Airing on Tuesday, February 12 on CBC Newsworld: The Lens. Check local listings for time.

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