It’s Monday during the Sundance movie Festival and filmmaker Lulu Wang is wiping away tears that are happy-sad the midst of the very most crucial 72 hours of her life.
This has been already an extraordinarily psychological couple of days. Strangers keep coming as much as Wang regarding the snow-covered roads of Park City after seeing her movie “The Farewell, ” in regards to a struggling new york musician (“Crazy Rich Asians” scene-stealer Awkwafina) who travels to Asia for a family group reunion to check out her dying grandmother.
They thank her plus they cry, which often makes Wang cry because, as her mother that is immigrant reminded usually six years back throughout the stranger-than-fiction events that inspired the movie, she’s overly US and so terrible at hiding her thoughts. Continue reading