It Took A Unique Screenwriting Approach To Keep The Joy Luck Club’s Stories Intact

The fact that “The Joy Luck Club” was made is really a miracle in itself.

The film that The Hollywood Reporter called “25 years too early” examines the culture clash between four Asian-American women and their mothers.

The film is based on Amy Tan’s 1989 novel and presents a complex narrative that follows the interwoven lives of four families and their heritage.Selling an Asian-American project in Hollywood in the early 1990s was an uphill climb.

Unheard of, really.

And even after it was made, it took more than two decades for another film with an all Asian-American cast to…The post It Took a Unique Screenwriting Approach to Keep The Joy Luck Club’s Stories Intact appeared first on /Film.

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