Results for "author_first: Wayne, author_last: Wang"
A Thousand Years of Good Prayers The chilly reunion of a Chinese father and his American daughter who dance around a divisive family secret.
Smoke A teaching scene from the Wayne Wang movie Smoke
Last Holiday An appealing morality play in which Queen Latifah demonstrates a warm embrace of life with just the right mixture of humor and humanity.
Because of Winn-Dixie A magical story about a lonely girl whose life is transformed by a stray dog with a spiritual gift for bringing her together with just the right people.
The Center of the World A fascinating film about sexual politics and the games people play with fantasy, power, and the illusion of easy intimacy.
Anywhere But Here A heartfelt drama about a mother and daughter having trouble connecting.
Smoke Reveals the invisible bonds that tie people together and provide glints of meaning in a world of suffering, violence, loneliness, and separations.
The Joy Luck Club Affirms our respect for the arduous spiritual journeys of mothers and daughters.
Eat a Bowl of Tea Explores the pressures put on two newlyweds in Chinatown to meet the expectations of their community.