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By now, you’ve probably seen the new Netflix documentary “Crazy Rich Asians,” a documentary that takes an in-depth look at how Asians have made it to the top of the entertainment industry.

In the film, which premiered at Sundance earlier this month, Asian-American filmmaker Chan-wook Lee talks with a group of Asian-Americans about the experiences that lead them to success and how they’ve overcome obstacles to achieve it.

It’s one of the most important documentaries ever made, and Lee says he hopes it will help other Asians find success.

“I think that we are the next wave of Asian Americans in the United States, and I think that this is what we’ve all been waiting for,” Lee said during a recent interview with NBC News.

“We’re the next generation.

We’re the generation that wants to get ahead and be successful.”

Lee has been working on the film for a few years now.

He first began working on it after he met his wife, Lee Eun-soo, while he was still a graduate student at Columbia University.

He was drawn to the project because he was attracted to Lee’s strong work ethic, dedication to his work and the passion that Lee had for storytelling.

“He’s a very driven guy, very driven person,” Lee Eon-soom, a former music industry producer who has known Lee since he was a teenager, said.

“He’s really smart and he’s really good at understanding the industry.”

Lee Eonom said Lee has been a mentor for him and for Lee’s wife.

“We had a really strong relationship,” Lee told NBC News during an interview at the Sundance Film Festival.

“I just think that he is such a wonderful guy, so he is always willing to help.

It was very important for me to have someone like him.

He is a very smart man, and he really understands the industry and he understands what’s important to the people who are in the industry.”

When I started working on this film, he was just kind of there for me.

“The filmmaker said he felt a sense of belonging to the community, and that he felt that the film was the right one for him to do, given that he has been part of the Asian American community for so long.”

There is a sense that I’m part of a community, there is a pride in being part of that community, I felt like it was my opportunity to really get that feeling,” Lee, who has two sons, said during the interview.”

Crazy rich Asians” premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival this week, and the film is set to premiere in the U.S. and in the UK next month.

Lee Eom-soop, who is the first woman to ever direct a major motion picture in Asia, said that the documentary was the first one she has directed in the Asian-majority world.”

And so the film makes you think of a different perspective on life.””

What’s amazing about it is that we see how they went through it and how it’s made them who they are.

And so the film makes you think of a different perspective on life.”

Lee also spoke to the film at the Film and Television Institute of Canada in Toronto.

He said that he wants to share his experiences and thoughts with people who may not have had the same experiences.

“What I hope is that it will open people’s eyes to how hard it is to be Asian in this country, because that’s how I felt when I was growing up, and it was hard for me,” Lee stated.

“It was very hard for people to understand what I was going through.”

Lee says he wants people to know that Asian Americans are more than just the face of an industry.

Lee Eunsoom said that his hope is to show that Asian American film can be just as important as any other aspect of the industry, like music, acting, acting or anything else.

“It is really important that we look at Asian-origin stories, and we should take a look at who made the films, what kind of influences they had, and then see what kind or films they came up with,” Lee noted.

“For me, it was always about the story, so it was never about the race.

It wasn’t about me, but about who I was.”

And we should never forget that, so I want to make sure that people can look at what Asian Americans do and see that they are not the only ones who have achieved success.”