Ron Oda and Kris Chin make their feature debut with this buddy flick about a financial broker (James Kyson Lee) who falls into a serious funk when his fiancee dumps him days before their lavish wedding. His childhood friend (Kirt Kishita), a cocky hit man, agrees to kill him, but not before taking him on a California road trip, during which the two live it up and the broker finds happiness with a soulful waitress. Despite its obvious similarity to Sideways, the festival program calls this a “story unlike any other.” Most of the humor revolves around whites who are clueless, bigoted, or retarded—sometimes all three at once. 99 min.