The Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture presents a virtual discussion on the movie "The Farewell". Movie viewing will be done independently, the discussion will be presented via Zoom.
The discussion will be conducted by Jessica Chan MSW, Lenore Pomerance MSW, and Zixuan Wang PsyD.
The movie can be found on
Amazon (Free with Prime Video) https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B07V4TH3M5/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_r
The Farewell is a comedy-drama about a Chinese American family who returns to China after the family matriarch is diagnosed with terminal cancer. The family’s return is under the
guise of a nephew’s wedding because Chinese tradition is for the family to bear the impending loss, not the patient, so no one tells the matriarch. Balancing joy and tragedy, the movie explores grieving for a family member and loss of home country and cultural identity. Through Billi, the young adult Chinese American daughter, The Farewell allows the viewer to join in contrasting Eastern and Western values without judgment.
The film was based on writer and director Lulu Wang’s own experiences. It was nominated for a Golden Globe award for Best Foreign Language Film, with Awkwafina winning for Best Actress-Musical or Comedy.
This is a free event
To register, please contact Bill Wears email@example.com
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