I thought it might be fun to have a thread where we recommend movies we've seen that may not be widely known. The inspiration for this thread is a movie I saw over the weekend, <b>The Wedding Banquet</b>. It's a mixture of English and Chinese (with subtitles). The majority of the dialogue is in Chinese. It's about a gay couple living in New York, one an American, and the other an immigrant from Taiwan. The Chinese-American guy has kept his homosexuality secret from his parents. He's an only child, and they expect him to marry and produce grandchildren. When they come to visit, he makes an arrangement with a young woman who's an exchange student from the People's Republic; she wants a green card, and he wants a bride that he can present to his parents. It's funny, in a quiet way, but mostly its very sweet and sensitive. It has a lot to say about what makes a family. The characters are three dimensional, it's extremely well acted, and the ending and the characters are not at all predictable. I recommend it highly.