The first American feature filmed in modern China, A Great Wall is a graceful, infectious and "perceptive comedy of clashing cultures and the pitfalls of assimilation". Actor/director Peter Wang "serves up a platter of insights into the universality of human nature" in this heartwarming gem. After quitting his job as a successful computer executive, Leo Fang decides to pack up his American family and return to his roots in China. But when the thoroughly modern Fangs move in with their more traditional Beijing relatives, the joyous family reunion quickly disintegrates as each side tries to make sense of the other. Can the very different sides of Leo's family come together and break down the Great Wall that divides them?