‘Tigertail’ Trailer: Alan Yang’s Netflix Film Promises a Heartfelt Story of Love and Family
Published on Mar 27, 2020
Alan Yang’s directorial debut is shaping up to be a somber, albeit entirely heartfelt, story of love and family.
Netflix has released the trailer for Yang’s “Tigertail,” which will premiere on the streaming service April 10. The film initially centers on a young Pin-Jui (Hong-Chi Lee), who relocates to the United States from Taiwan in search of a better life, though the move forces him to get an arranged marriage in lieu of staying with the woman he loves.
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When it turns out America isn’t exactly the land of opportunity that Pin-Jui had hoped for, he’s stuck in a loveless marriage, works a tiresome, thankless job, and, as the trailer explicitly states, becomes broken inside. As the film fast-forwards several decades, an older Pin-Jui
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Author: Tyler Hersko