A movie that some critics say could be the sleeper box office hit of the summer opens this weekend in limited release.
The film is titled "Mao's Last Dancer." It tells the story of a young Chinese boy who was taken from his family to become a dancer.
He visits America as a cultural exchange student, where he meets a beautiful young female dancer and tries to stay against his government's wishes.
The movie is based on a true story and was directed by the Bruce Beresford, the director of "Driving Miss Daisy" and "Tender Mercies."
The film will open in wider release over the Labor Day weekend.