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The Joy Luck Club

Rated R for strong depiction of thematic material.

R 135min.
 
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Director Wayne Wang and screenwriter Ronald Bass effectively interweave sixteen mother-daughter tales in their silken film version of Amy Tan's best-selling novel about the clash between generations. Read More
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