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  1. Vivian Wu - Wikipedia › wiki › Vivian_Wu

    Vivian Wu or Wu Junmei is a Chinese-born American actress. Her big break came in 1987, appearing in the biographical film The Last Emperor. She later went to starring in films Iron & Silk, The Guyver, Heaven & Earth, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, The Joy Luck Club, and most notable playing the leading roles in The Pillow Book and The Soong Sisters. In 2020, she stars as Dr. Lu Wang in the Netflix science fiction drama Away.

  2. Vivian Wu Talks 'Away' on Netflix and Her Return to Hollywood ... › away-star-vivian-wu-on-her

    Sep 09, 2020 · Netflix After roles in ‘90s English-language films like The Joy Luck Club, Vivian Wu is back with her first major Hollywood project in nearly 25 years, portraying Chinese astronaut Lu Wang on Away,...

  3. The Joy Luck Club (film) - Wikipedia › wiki › The_Joy_Luck_Club_(film)

    The Joy Luck Club (1993) was the second, a third of a century later, and the latest was released a quarter century later in 2018, Crazy Rich Asians. [50] [51] In the 1990s, after the success of the film, Disney Studios contacted Amy Tan to discuss making her second novel, The Kitchen God's Wife , into a film, a spiritual successor/sequel to the ...

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    ‘The Joy Luck Club’ (R) By Desson Howe Washington Post Staff Writer ... An Mei, who has a tragic past of separation from and reunion with her mother (Vivian Wu), is seen at her present age, at ...

  5. Vivian Wu - Rotten Tomatoes › celebrity › vivian_wu

    Vivian Wu is a sleek-featured, lushly beautiful actress whose roles embody elements of both modern and classic Asian culture. After appearing onscreen for the first time as a teenager, she almost...

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  6. The Joy Luck Club (novel) - Wikipedia › wiki › The_Joy_Luck_Club_(novel)

    The Joy Luck Club is a 1989 novel written by Amy Tan. It focuses on four Chinese American immigrant families in San Francisco who start a club known as The Joy Luck Club, playing the Chinese game of mahjong for money while feasting on a variety of foods. The book is structured similarly to a mahjong game, with four parts divided into four sections to create sixteen chapters.

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  8. The Joy Luck Club (film) | Women Wiki | Fandom › wiki › The_Joy_Luck_Club_(film)
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    [hide] 1. 1 Plot 1.1. 1.1 Lindo and Waverly Jong 1.2. 1.2 Ying-Ying and Lena St. Clair 1.3. 1.3 An-Mei and Rose Hsu 1.4. 1.4 Suyuan and June Woo 2. 2 Cast 3. 3 Production 4. 4 Reception 4.1. 4.1 Critical response 4.2. 4.2 Pre-release and box office 5. 5 Awards and nominations 6. 6 Music 7. 7 Notes 7.1. 7.1 References 8. 8 External links

    Further information: The Joy Luck Club (novel) § Plot and The Joy Luck Club (novel) § Characters The Joy Luck Club was formed by four women in San Francisco: Lindo Jong (Tsai Chin), Ying-Ying St. Clair (France Nuyen), An-Mei Hsu (Lisa Lu), and Suyuan Woo (Kieu Chinh). The members have mainly played mahjong and told each other's stories over the years. They emigrated from their native country, China, remarried, and gave birth to children in America. Suyuan's daughter June (Ming-Na Wen) replaced her when Suyuan died four months before the time the film is set. The mothers have high hopes for their daughters' success, but the daughters struggle through "anxieties, feelings of inadequacy, and failures." Throughout the film, the mothers and daughters bond by learning to understand each other and by overcoming their conflicts. The film begins with June's short narrative prologue about the swan feather in the opening credits and then her farewell surprise party in San Francisco for June's...

    from left: Suyuan (Kieu Chinh), June (Ming-Na Wen), Waverly (Tamlyn Tomita), Lindo (Tsai Chin), Ying-Ying (France Nuyen), Lena (Lauren Tom), An-Mei (Lisa Lu), and Rose (Rosalind Chao) Mothers 1. Kieu Chinh as Suyuan Woo 2. Tsai Chin as Lindo Jong 2.1. Age 4: Ying Wu 2.2. Age 15: Irene Ng 3. France Nuyen as Ying-Ying St. Clair 3.1. Age 16–25: Faye Yu 4. Lisa Lu as An-Mei Hsu 4.1. Age 4: Emmy Yu 4.2. Age 9: Yi Ding Daughters 1. Ming-Na Wen as June Woo 1.1. Age 9: Melanie Chang 2. Tamlyn Tomita as Waverly Jong 2.1. Age 6–9: Mai Vu 3. Lauren Tom as Lena St. Clair 4. Rosalind Chao as Rose Hsu Jordan Other characters 1. Michael Paul Chan as Harold, Lena's Husband 2. Andrew McCarthy as Ted Jordan 3. Christopher Rich as Rich 4. Russell Wong as Lin Xiao 5. Xi Meijuan (奚美娟) as Lindo's Mother 6. Vivian Wu as An-Mei's Mother 7. Chao-Li Chi as June's Father (in the novel, Canning Woo) 8. Victor Wong as Old Chong the Piano Teacher 9. Hsu Ying Li as the matchmaker

    Lauren Tom Ming-Na Wen Before The Joy Luck Club, cast members Tom and Wen were relatively unknown to mainstream audiences. Amy Tan and Academy Award winner Ronald Bass wrote the film adaptation. Wayne Wang, who made prior films about Chinese Americans, such as his first filmChan Is Missing, was the director. Wang, Tan, Bass, and Patrick Markey were the producers. Oliver Stone and Janet Yang were the executive producers.The production designer was Don Burt.Maysie Hoy was the film editor. When the novel The Joy Luck Club was released in 1989, Wayne Wang approached Amy Tan, the novel's author, with the idea of adapting the novel that he admired into a film. Wang and Tan grew concerned about transforming it into a film, and Wang was almost reluctant to make another film about Chinese Americans since Eat a Bowl of Tea. There were no known Hollywood movies with an all-Asian cast at the time, and making a film with Chinese protagonists was risky especially because Asian actors were not wel...

    §Critical response[edit]

    Reviews of The Joy Luck Club were generally positive. Critic Gene Siskel, singled out the script and performances, praising the film for presenting images of Asian-Americans outside the narrow range of childhood violinists and spelling bee winners, opining that its main accomplishments were its depiction of how the brutality of the lives of women in China could continue to influence the lives of their American daughters, and its ability to allow audiences to relate to a large group of Chinese...

    §Pre-release and box office[edit]

    In April 1993, Amy Tan watched the rough cut of The Joy Luck Club and praised it as an emotional tear-jerker. It was thereafter screened to a more sophisticated audience in mid-May, to a broader audience a few weeks later, to the Asian American Journalists Association on the week of August 16, at the Telluride Film Festival on the Labor Day weekend, and at the Toronto Film Festival in mid-September. The film opened to theatres at limited release in Los Angeles, New York City, and San Francisc...

    The soundtrack was released by Hollywood Records on September 28, 1993. It was composed and produced by Rachel Portman, co-orchestrated by Portman and John Neufeld, conducted by J. A. C. Redford.Chinese instruments were used as well as Western music. Filmtracks website and Jason Ankeny from Allmusic gave the soundtrack four stars out of five. Filmtracks found the music cues not as "outstanding" as Portman's "other singular achievements in her career" but the website noted that the whole album "never becomes too repetitive to enjoy[,]" even when the music cues lack diversity from each other. The first 14 tracks was composed by Rachel Portman. The 15th and final track, "End Titles", was composed by David Arnold, Marvin Hamlisch, and Rachel Portman.The album duration is around 44 minutes.

  9. 22 Sexiest Pictures Of Vivian Wu | CBG › vivian-wu-hot-pictures

    Apart from The Last Emperor, Wu has also appeared in The Joy Luck Club, Heaven and Earth, and The Pillow Book. She has also acted in independent films like Chinaman and Eve, Firehorse, and Dead Pigs. Vivian has been nominated for Canada’s Genie Award for her role as MeiLing in Firehorse.

  10. Vivian Wu and similar people | › Vivian_Wu

    The Joy Luck Club (film)-Wikipedia The Pillow Book is a 1996 erotic drama film written and directed by Peter Greenaway, which stars Vivian Wu as Nagiko, a Japanese model in search of pleasure and new cultural experience from various lovers.

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