The Joy Luck Club: the joy in finally being understood (Amy Tan (author); Wayne Wang (director))
10 minutes to read
The Joy Luck Club is the pioneer of Asian American representation on the big screen. It emphasizes the expectations to be 'Chinese' from your own family and the struggle to be understood by your own family, all due to the cultural gaps.
Studio Ghibli movies, of the Japanese director Miyazaki, are famous all over the world. Together with the breathtaking scenes, his formalistic approach, and the complex narratives, sublimity is reached in many of his animation movies.