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Pushing Hands (1992)
The first film from Ang Lee is a film about cultural and generational differences that blends comedy and drama in the same sublime manner as Ang Lee's later celebrated works. Master Chu (Lung Sihung, Eat Drink Man Woman) is a retired Tai-Chi master who moves to Westchester, New York to live out his twilight years with his son Alex (Bo Z. Wang). But Alex's wife Martha (Deb Synder) has difficulties dealing with her new houseguest, and vice versa. The minor struggles and difficulties of multiple generations living beneath one roof is further compounded by the existence of their differing cultures. Ultimately the individuals must work towards a mutual understanding, which is more about shared humanity than any individual identity. Ang Lee brings his wonderful storytelling eye to Pushing Hands, and tells a loving story where culture, age, and humanity collide in a touching and humorous way.
Wedding Banquet (1993)
Ang Lee first achieved international attention with The Wedding Banquet, a funny and unexpected human comedy that was a hit with audiences worldwide. Winston Chao stars as Wai Tung, a gay Taiwanese gentleman living in New York City. Wai Tung's happy life with his lover Simon (Michael Lichtenstein) is interrupted by the meddling of his conservative parents (Lung Sihung and Kuei Ya Lei), who have no idea their son is gay and wishes to see him married to an eligible bride. To placate them, Wai Tung enters into a sham marriage with struggling artist Wei Wei (May Chin), while Simon pretends to be the best man. The deception is a success, but his parents' visit from Taiwan - and the subsequent wedding banquet - leads to surprising and hilarious results! A wonderfully human comedy-drama about cultural differences, expectations, and even a few stereotype-breaking revelations, The Wedding Banquet is an independent filmmaking classic that perfectly demonstrates director Ang Lee's ample talent.
Eat Drink Man Woman (1994)
Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 1995 Academy Awards, Eat Drink Man Woman depicts the changing father-daughter relationships of a family mediating between traditional values and modern lifestyles – all over a dinner table filled to the brim with delicious dishes. Widowed chef Chu (Lung Sihung) has three daughters, all of whom are unmarried and cause him worry. Oldest daughter Jia Jen (Yang Kuei Mei) is a teacher who converted to Christianity and seems content to stay at home. Middle child Jia Chien (Jacklyn Wu) is a strong-minded airline executive who actually wants to be a chef. Youngest daughter Jia Ning (Wang Yu Wen) is a college student who works at a fast food chain. Each is going through issues with work and love that they can't share with their father. Every Sunday, the strict patriarch cooks a banquet spread of a dinner that the daughters are required to attend, however reluctantly.
|Product Title:||Ang Lee's Father Trilogy (DVD) (Remastered Edition) (Taiwan Version) 李安父親三部曲 (推手、囍宴、飲食男女) (刺繡經典版) (DVD) (台灣版) 李安父亲三部曲 (推手、囍宴、饮食男女) (刺绣经典版) (DVD) (台湾版) Ang Lee's Father Trilogy (DVD) (Remastered Edition) (Taiwan Version) Ang Lee's Father Trilogy (DVD) (Remastered Edition) (Taiwan Version)|
|Also known as:||Pushing Hands / Wedding Banquet / Eat Drink Man Woman Pushing Hands / Wedding Banquet / Eat Drink Man Woman Pushing Hands / Wedding Banquet / Eat Drink Man Woman Pushing Hands / Wedding Banquet / Eat Drink Man Woman Pushing Hands / Wedding Banquet / Eat Drink Man Woman|
|Artist Name(s):||Jacklyn Wu (Actor) | Michelle Wang (Actor) | Winston Chao (Actor) | Lung Sihung (Actor) | Jin Su Mei (Actor) | Kuei Ya Lei (Actor) | Yang Kuei Mei (Actor) | Wang Lai (Actor) | Deb Snyder (Actor) 吳倩蓮 (Actor) | 王渝文 (Actor) | 趙文瑄 (Actor) | 郎雄 (Actor) | 金素梅 (Actor) | 歸亞蕾 (Actor) | 楊 貴媚 (Actor) | 王萊 (Actor) | 黛比 史耐德 (Actor) 吴倩莲 (Actor) | 王渝文 (Actor) | 赵文瑄 (Actor) | 郎雄 (Actor) | 金素梅 (Actor) | 归亚蕾 (Actor) | 杨贵媚 (Actor) | 王莱 (Actor) | 黛比 史耐德 (Actor) 呉倩蓮 （ン・シンリン） (Actor) | 王渝文（ミシェル・ウォン） (Actor) | 趙文［王宣］（ウィンストン・チャオ） (Actor) | 郎雄 （ラン・ション） (Actor) | 金素梅（メイ・チン） (Actor) | 歸亞蕾 （グイ・ヤーレイ） (Actor) | 楊貴媚（ヤン・クイメイ） (Actor) | Wang Lai (Actor) | Deb Snyder (Actor) Jacklyn Wu (Actor) | Michelle Wang (Actor) | Winston Chao (Actor) | Lung Sihung (Actor) | Jin Su Mei (Actor) | 귀아뢰 (Actor) | Yang Kuei Mei (Actor) | Wang Lai (Actor) | Deb Snyder (Actor)|
|Director:||Ang Lee 李安 李安 李安（アン・リー） 리안|
|Subtitles:||English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese|
|Country of Origin:||Taiwan|
|Picture Format:||NTSC What is it?|
|Aspect Ratio:||1.78 : 1, Widescreen|
|Region Code:||All Region What is it?|
|Publisher:||Sony Music Entertainment (TW)|
|Package Weight:||310 (g)|
|Shipment Unit:||2 What is it?|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1075554176|
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金素梅、趙文瑄、郎雄、歸亞蕾、Mitchell Lichtenstein 主演
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