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Review: Ali Wong and Randall Park continue rom-com revival with ‘Always Be My Maybe’

Khan keeps the film moving at a brisk, breezy pace. The ease of inclusion and cultural specificity in the story — set in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York — aids the film’s contemporary, upbeat feeling. In an early scene, a young Sasha is shown by Marcus’ mother the multiple uses of scissors in a Korean kitchen. Later when, as a grown-up, Sasha is creating her modern Vietnamese cuisine, she still uses those same scissor techniques.