BABY - "Chinese Break-Out Food" Scene (Asian Wah Ching Gangster Standup Fight)





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Uploaded on Oct 25, 2010

This is a scene from the 2009 Asian gangster movie - BABY that I titled "Chinese Break-Out Food" (BREAK-instead of TAKE; as a fight was about to breakout in the restaurant)

Baby (Main character) has just been released from prison after serving a 7 year sentence for shooting and killing a YC gang member at a young age. Baby has a stiff talk with his father after his release and later gets a job at a Chinese restaurant as a bus boy. 3 Wah Ching gang members go to the restaurant that Baby works at. They enter as a rowdy troublesome group. They sit down and bother Baby to take their order. Baby himself, a former Wah Ching gang member responds and tells them he doesn't take orders. The Wah Ching member interrupts Baby and taunts him. This makes Baby angry and he unleashes his rage by breaking the glass cup on the floor and calling out the gang member. Baby soon realizes he's outnumbered either way with a member holding a gun and 2 others. He backs down and the gangsters leave the restaurant in a stare down. The night ends and Baby begins going through the phase of bringing his gangster mentality back. He meets up with a former cellmate friend and he initiates Baby into the Asian Kids gang (AK) for protection and starts making money with them by selling drugs and committing armed robbery. Baby gets himself into more trouble than ever before as his past catches up to him meeting old friends and enemies. Later in the movie, Baby meets the same 3 Wah Ching gang members again with a twisting end...

This was actually a pretty good movie in my opinion. It gives a classic 90s Asian gangster era feeling which is the right setting to this movie. Decent acting, good video quality and the actors fit the roles.*
*Buy/rent the movie at your nearest Blockbuster or any store that sells movies (Best Buy, Netflix, etc).

All rights goes to Affiliated Ent.
Starring David Huynh and Tzi Ma.
Director: Juwan Chung


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