Stealing School Interview: Li Dong

Over the past few years, we’ve heard of a few infamous stories on the wealthy taking advantage of their situation to give their family a more direct line to better colleges. However, after watching the new film Stealing School, directed by Li Dong, I have to wonder how many crazy tales there are regarding troubles and tribulations at your local schools. This particular tale revolves around a young woman that is accused of plagiarism by her T.A. This dramatic comedy swiftly allows the viewer inside the hidden meetings that take place when trouble is brewing, and it features a strong cast that includes Celine Tsai, Jonathan Keltz, and more.

We Live Entertainment had the wonderful opportunity to sit down with Li Dong and talk about his latest. The writer/director is incredibly engaging and very knowledgeable about the subject he explored. He opened up about his focus on the comedic side of the event and finding the right tone for this intriguing feature film. It was a fantastic conversation, and it was a real pleasure chatting with this talented filmmaker. If you are looking for something unique and entertaining, please seek out Stealing School, which is currently available on your favorite streaming platform. 

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James Oster, aka JimmyO, started his career as a film reviewer at Arrow in the Head in 2006. There, he brought his movie knowledge and admiration of cinema to giving his own take on all types of horror features. From there, he officially joined (in addition to AITH) where he became one of the three major critics for the site. Thanks to the connections he has made, Jimmy has managed to take his love of movies to another level. In the past couple of years, he has produced the Oklahoma horror mystery THE HARVESTERS, written and directed by Nick Sanford. And this October,, the twisted holiday thriller he co-wrote and co-produced called SICK FOR TOYS will be released on streaming VOD and Blu-Ray. Jimmy is a proud and passionate member of the HCA where he looks forward to continuing to share his passion for the art of film.

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