"What separates Michael Kang's second feature from the rest, however, is the location: New York's shady Koreatown. By transplanting the room salons and hierarchies to Queens, Kang has created a film that's both fresh and familiar."
       -Elizabeth Kerr
       Hollywood Reporter

"...a well-made, street-stylish drama that defies stock Hollywood storytelling conceits with its complex themes and grey-area approach to its subject matter."
       -Brian Linder

"Korean-American director Michael Kang gives the classic detective genre a fresh twist as he tells the untold story of a Korea that exists in the heart of the Big Apple."
       -Lee Hyo-won
       Korea Times

"You may start to watch “West 32nd,” a new film by Korean-American director Michael Kang, without much expectation, sitting comfortably in your chair. But at a certain point you will find yourself on the edge..."