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First Look At Wayne Wang’s ‘Snow Flower And The Secret Fan’

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Director Wayne Wang has never been a director that could be easily pigeonholed.

He broke through with a trifecta of critical and arthouse faves with “The Joy Luck Club,” “Smoke” and “Blue In the Face”.

But he’s also tackled more mainstream fare (”Maid In Manhattan,” “Last Holiday”) while still taking chances on ambitious independent pics (”The Center of the World”).

So it’s no surprise that his next effort, “Snow Flower and the Secret Fan,” is another gear change for the director, a detailed period piece based on the novel by Lisa See that explores the relationship between two girls in 19th-century China who are matched by laotong—a bonded friendship that is regarded as having ties as strong or stronger than that of marriage.

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