Documentary
The Donut King

Available for screenings until
Jan 01, 2022

Available for screenings in
United States of America
In 1975, Ted Ngoy and his family immigrated from Cambodia to Camp Pendleton in San Diego as part of a refugee program. By 1977, he saved up enough money to buy his first donut shop. By the mid-80s, he owned 32 shops and had amassed millions of dollars. This award-winning documentary from Alice Gu charts Ngoy’s meteoric rise to the title of “The Donut King” –– and his subsequent devastating fall.
Runtime
1h 34m