Mandarin and Japanese Speakers for Indie Film in L.A.

07/11/2019

We Are New

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Type: Film

Logline: On the anniversary of the invasion of Nanjing (Nanking), a Japanese bartender and an old Japanese man find refuge in a bar until interrupted by a young Chinese male.

PARTS:

Ma Kangyan: (Male, 20s) MUST BE FLUENT IN MANDARIN. A street-worn, young Chinese male who looks like he doesn’t take shit from anyone. He’s intelligent and sarcastic but also wise beyond his years. He’s patient and respectful.

Yu: (Male or Female, 30-40) MUST BE FAMILIAR WITH SPEAKING JAPANESE. A Japanese bartender who has been through a lot and doesn’t want to take shit from anybody. They are compassionate with the people they like and cold towards others.

Ray Ishizaki: (Male, 40-60) MUST BE FAMILIAR WITH SPEAKING JAPANESE. Ray is a quiet old man who has a lot of pain and regret in his heart. He is good at keeping his composure and being able to listen while not giving away his true feelings.

Payment: Paid

City or Location of call: Los Angeles, CA
Please submit to: cymmarsden@gmail.com by 2019-07-24

This casting notice was posted by: Cameron Marsden



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