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Adam Berke Prof. Yunte Huang English 134 AA 7/11/10 Film Review: Chan is Missing If you have never been to San Francisco’s Chinatown and want to experience the sites (although in black and white) and sounds of the bustling neighborhood, then Wayne Wang’s “Chan is Missing” is the movie to watch. It takes you on a journey all around the diverse city: from the gates of Chinatown on Grant Street, through the Broadway Tunnel, up and down the hills, and even to the piers. As much as it is a visual ride throughout the city, “Chan is Missing,” most importantly entertains while educating and providing insight to the often overlooked Chinese American population of San Francisco. Described as dramatic yet comical, and in certain scenes containing elements of film-noir, “Chan is Missing,” is a film that requires some thought and reflection after viewing, and possibly even watching many times over in order to understand and grasp all of the hot topic concepts brought about in the film. An older Chinese American taxi cab driver named Jo (Wood Moy) and
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course ENGL 134AA taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '10 term at UCSB.

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