“Ruby (Jamie Chung), a Chinese American toy designer from L.
A., visits Hong Kong for the first time on business.
He is best known for his role as Ben Epstein in the HBO series How to Make IT in America as well as his role as Jake Jagielski in One Tree Hill and Nick Garret in October Road.
He was born in Omaha, Nebraska to Denise and Carl Greenberg.
They are together since their marriage but do not have any children yet.
Greenberg joined Parkway Central High School and graduated his high school in 1996.
Finding herself stranded, she meets Josh (Bryan Greenberg), an American expat who shows her the city.
He still has his girlfriend and now she is engaged to someone back in America.
In spite of most negative comments submitted to IMDb, Ben Younger's "Prime" is an interesting look at a mismatched pair in this story.
It also raises ethical questions about when does a therapist has to decide what is best for a patient.
Ben Younger whose film debut was "The Boiler Room", has a keen eye for the situation he is presenting in this film that seems to be perceived as a "chick flick", but that otherwise is a funny take on how love can make a person blind to reality.
Rafi, the lovely woman at the center of the action, has gone through a painful divorce. No, she is much stronger now, and with the help of Lisa, her therapist, she will know better how to deal with anyone that might try to play with her feelings.