Alan Yang’s Poignant & Personal ‘Tigertail’ Is A Thoughtful Immigration Story [Review]

Published on Apr 10, 2020

Alan Yang’s Poignant & Personal ‘Tigertail’ Is A Thoughtful Immigration Story [Review]

Acclaimed TV writer-director, Alan Yang (“Parks and Recreation“), won an Emmy Award in 2016 for co-penning the heartfelt episode of “Master of None,” “Parents,” an episode that opened with a hilarious two-pronged comedy bit touching upon issues of generational guilt within many Asian American families. “Tigertail,” Yang’s feature debut, continues exploring these themes through an approach that’s caught somewhere in between an intimate art-house project and a classic literary novel.

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Author: Andrew Bundy