Master Cheng is a dramatic Chinese/Finnish co-production in which a chef visits a small town with his son, after the death of his wife, and transforms the menu of one of its restaurants. The film is in English and Finnish (with English subtitles).
The film contains verbal references to the death of a man's wife. A child also has an abstract nightmare about his mother's death. In one section of the film, a fishing hook becomes embedded in a child's head, in an accident.
The film contains use of the words "shit", "hell" and "damn"
In one section of the film, bare male buttocks are visible as a group swim in a lake.
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