CAVU Pictures opened TAKE OUT in NYC at the QUAD Cinema on June 6th 2008 to rave reviews and an incredible $11,500 opening weekend on a single screen.

Variety calls Take Out "a deeply affecting portrayal of struggling immigrants in Gotham" and "beautiful in unexpected ways". This truly indie film represents all of the buzz and cutting-edge potential associated with today's extreme micro-budget independent guerilla filmmaking.

Filmmakers Shih-Ching Tsou and Sean Baker, who both wrote, directed, produced, shot and edited the film, have been winning awards and receiving glowing reviews wherever the film has screened.

"Take Out" is the story of a young Chinese immigrant who rides silently through the dark rain soaked streets of Manhattan and comes face to face with countless apartment dwellers who simply see him as an anonymous and faceless delivery boy. Yet inside this quiet and nameless man burns an intense conflict from which there may be no escape.

A favorite on the film festival circuit, "Take Out" was a Theatrical release that rocked the indie-world and is a wonderful addition to the CAVU theatrical roster. "Take Out" represents the type of indie-product that CAVU has become so closely associated with.

"Take Out" now available on DVD

“Take Out” has completed an incredibly successful theatrical release and is 100% FRESH on

“Take Out” is available on DVD in video stores nationwide, on Netflix, Amazon and at