Golden Gate (film)
|Directed by||John Madden|
|Written by||David Henry Hwang|
|Music by||Elliot Goldenthal|
|Edited by||Sean Barton|
|Distributed by||The Samuel Goldwyn Company
American Playhouse Theatrical Films
|Box office||$395,105 (USA)|
Golden Gate is a 1994 American drama film produced by American Playhouse. Set in San Francisco, California, it is the story of a 1950s G-Man (played by Matt Dillon) who gets involved with the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Communist prosecutions, which leads him to become involved with a young Chinese American woman (played by Joan Chen), whose father he helped to put in prison. The film also features Bruno Kirby and Tzi Ma. The film is directed by John Madden and written by Asian American dramatist David Henry Hwang.
The film is available on videocassette and DVD.
- Matt Dillon... Agent Kevin David Walker
- Joan Chen... Marilyn Song
- Bruno Kirby... Agent Ron Pirelli
- Teri Polo... Cynthia
- Tzi Ma... Chen Jung Song
- Keone Young... Benny Ying
- Filmed between December 7, 1992 and February 9, 1993 in San Francisco with additional scenes at UC Berkeley.
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