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'Better Luck Tomorrow'

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With this year's Sundance Film Festival under way, we revisit a success story from last year's festival. The film Better Luck Tomorrow, about delinquent, affluent Asian-Americans in Orange County, was championed by film critic Roger Ebert and finally makes it to theaters next month. Beth Accomando of member station KPBS reports.

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