Chan is Missing
Friday, July 29 - Wednesday, August 10, 2022
NEW 4K RESTORATION! 40TH ANNIVERSARY!
A revelation of a marvelous, completely secure new talent,” gushed New York Times lead critic Vincent Canby about Wang’s (The Joy Luck Club) breakthrough, a smart, wry, black-and-white indie landmark like nothing that came before it. In San Francisco’s Chinatown, a cabbie and his nephew set out to find the eponymous mystery man, who’s vanished without a trace, along with all their savings.
New York premiere of the film’s brand new 40th anniversary 4K restoration, overseen by writer/director Wayne Wang in collaboration with the Criterion Collection and Strand Releasing
“A raunchy, sprawling and completely unpredictable panorama of the Chinese-American experience… sometimes wildly comic, sometimes melancholy, sometimes suspenseful and often strangely touching.” – Tony Rayns, Time Out
- Country France/Poland/USA
- Year 1982
- Running Time 80 minutes
- Format DCP
- Distributor Strand Releasing
- Director Wayne Wang
- Accessibility Assistive Listening, T-Coil
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