Film & Discussion | “Chan is Missing” (1982)
In Wayne Wang’s landmark film, two cabbies scour San Francisco’s Chinatown for a mysterious character who has disappeared with their $4,000. The first feature by an Asian American filmmaker to play widely and get mainstream critical appreciation, this indie film is a surprising story that playfully flips decades of cinematic stereotyping on its head.
Join us for a talkback after the film. Not Rated; 75 min. Watch trailer.
Space is limited; registration required.