Pushing Hands

(1992)

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Synopsis: Aging tai chi master Mr. Chu (Lung) leaves Beijing to live with his son Alex (Wang) and daughter-in-law Martha (Snyder) in suburban New York. High-strung Martha doesn't understand her tranquilly stubborn father-in-law, nor does Chu find disposable American society much to his liking. Naturally, and slowly, some accomodations are made. The title is a tai chi reference to keeping your opponent off-balance while maintaining your own equilibrium. Director Lee's debut feature is also the first in his trilogy of family films--followed by the more accomplished "The Wedding Banquet" and "Eat Drink Man Woman." English and Mandarin Chinese with subtitles.
 
Directed by: Ang Lee
Producer(s): Ted Hope, James Schamus, Ang Lee, Emily Liu.
Cast: Sihung Lung, Deb Snyder, Bo Z. Wang, Lai Wang