The Joy Luck Club
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Mozart's music in the movies
15. The Joy Luck Club
This adaption of Amy Tan’s best-selling novel follows the fortunes of Chinese mothers and their Chinese-American daughters as they negotiate culture clashes and generational differences. Mozart’s pretty, animated Concerto for flute and harp in C does feature in the film, but he is also incorrectly credited by the narrator as the composer of Dvořák’s Humoresque when the piece is played during a piano recital.