The People I've Slept With
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|The People I've Slept With|
|Directed by||Quentin Lee|
|Produced by||Koji Steven Sakai
|Written by||Koji Steven Sakai|
|Starring||Karin Anna Cheung
|Music by||Steven Pranoto|
|Edited by||Aldo Velasco|
|Running time||86 minutes|
Angela Yang (Cheung) is a young woman who enjoys sex and has had a number of partners. As mementos, she photographs her lovers and gives each of them a nickname.
When she finds out she's pregnant, she decides to keep the baby. She then sets out to locate the five men who might be the father and decide if she can have a more permanent relationship with any of them.
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