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      The Disappearance of Mrs. Wu

      Released Mar 17, 2023 1h 29m Drama Comedy List
      Reviews Aware that her time is running short, irascible Wu family matriarch Lily (Lisa Lu) is eager to repair the strained relationship with her adult daughter Mary (Michelle Krusiec) and help her shy 18-year-old granddaughter Emma (Rochelle Ying) find her voice. As her final wish, she persuades longtime friend Charlotte (Joely Fisher), Emma and Emma's best friend Karen (Tiffany Wu) to spring her from her L.A. nursing home and take a wild road trip up the California coast to a special place from her past. Along the way, long-held secrets are revealed and Mary and Emma each come to understand the painful choices their mothers made in this funny and touching multi-generational story about family, forgiveness and being true to oneself. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Buy Now

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      Rudie Obias Battle Royale With Cheese The Disappearance of Mrs. Wu tackles these warring identities, while its character assimilates into their lives in Los Angeles—albeit in a clumsy and mishandled way. Jul 5, 2023 Full Review Alton Williams Battle Royale With Cheese The Disappearance of Mrs. Wu tackles these warring identities, while its character assimilates into their lives in Los Angeles—albeit in a clumsy and mishandled way. Apr 7, 2023 Full Review Therese Lacson Nerdophiles There's a diamond in the rough in The Disappearance of Mrs Wu, but it's hard to unearth it after sifting past the clichéd lines, tough acting, and jam-packed plot. Rated: 2.5/5 Oct 8, 2021 Full Review Carla Hay Culture Mix The comedy/drama The Disappearance of Mrs. Wu has its heart in the right place, but the movie's horrible acting from most of the cast members puts the movie in the wrong place: a cringeworthy, mishandled mush. Aug 11, 2021 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis Aware that her time is running short, irascible Wu family matriarch Lily (Lisa Lu) is eager to repair the strained relationship with her adult daughter Mary (Michelle Krusiec) and help her shy 18-year-old granddaughter Emma (Rochelle Ying) find her voice. As her final wish, she persuades longtime friend Charlotte (Joely Fisher), Emma and Emma's best friend Karen (Tiffany Wu) to spring her from her L.A. nursing home and take a wild road trip up the California coast to a special place from her past. Along the way, long-held secrets are revealed and Mary and Emma each come to understand the painful choices their mothers made in this funny and touching multi-generational story about family, forgiveness and being true to oneself.
      Director
      Anna Chi
      Producer
      Anna Chi, Erica Brady, Erica Brady Trotter
      Screenwriter
      Anna Chi, Donald Martin
      Distributor
      Freestyle Digital Media
      Production Co
      Gift Productions
      Genre
      Drama, Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Mar 17, 2023, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Mar 21, 2023
      Runtime
      1h 29m
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