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Difficult times, past and present

Tze Chun looks at his new film and the indie industry

Tze Chun is at Sundance screening ''Children of Invention,'' which features Boston-area scenes. Tze Chun is at Sundance screening ''Children of Invention,'' which features Boston-area scenes.
By Ty Burr
Globe Staff / January 22, 2009

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PARK CITY, Utah - It has been a Sundance tradition for a quarter century now: Take unpleasant memories from one's formative years, mulch them into a feature film, and watch audiences applaud and Hollywood take notice. For Boston-area native and rising director Tze Chun, it's playing out as scripted. (Full article: 944 words)

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