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With the kind help of friends and neighbors, widower and aquarium worker Sam Wong (Jet Li) shares a contented life with his autistic 22-year-old son, David (Lunmei Kwai). That is until Sam learns that he has a terminal illness that will soon leave David orphaned. Now, the doting father begins a quest to ensure that his boy will be loved and cared for after his death. Xiao Lu Xue directs this touching drama.
Jet Li interview about Autism
One of Jet Li's best performances --Rotten Tomatoes
Production values are tip-top --Hollywood Reporter
It was wonderful. Jet li was dynamic playing the father's role.Published 22 days ago by Theresa McFarland
Not typical Jet Li kungfu, instead we find out that Jet Li has real acting skills in this touching tale of a father and his sonPublished 1 month ago by Lance N.
A widower with a 21 year-old autistic son works as a technician at Qingdao’s Ocean Park, and brings his son to work every day. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Carolyn Bloomer
Yes, I know, the martial arts hero. Jet Li's acting along with a strong and moving story brought me to tears. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Richard L.Prager
A touching movie. The first movie I saw Jet Li not in Kungfu, but he's amazingly good in this movie!Published 11 months ago by M. Yang
Jet Li and his co-star do an amazing job of portraying the father son relationship in Autism! Just love this movie and I can't wait to share it with my students!Published 14 months ago by D
This is really a good movie, and very unlike any other Jet Li movie I have seen, Very thought provoking. I got this in good time and in good shape. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Eileen Evenson
I couldn't identify with Jet Li's character, or the son's character. The script probably was too realistic to be adequately emotionally charged to warrant watching this movie.Published 23 months ago by robert ku