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Asian mothers always seem to overdo it — both in real life and in cinema.

“I used to struggle with that during my teens,” says Hong Khaou, the writer and director of “Lilting,” a tale of motherly love and filial devotion (tinged heavily with obligation) between a Cambodian-Chinese mom and her gay son in London.

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