THE DONUT KING (SXSW2020) – Review by Sarah Ward

Alice Gu’s documentary delves into the reverence afforded to the humble doughnut while charting how Ted Ngoy played a part in that status. And, likely to the surprise of most watching, it explores how his instant fondness helped completely change the lives of many of his fellow Cambodian Americans fleeing genocide, while also pondering the importance of a nation such as the US aiding refugees in need — and the contributions they make to society in return.

Read more