Amy Chua's turn in the spotlight might not be over for a while: her controversial memoir, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother started a ferocious debate on the Internet about her extreme parenting tactics, and now two producers of the 1993 film The Joy Luck Club are eyeing the book. One was so excited about Chua's book that he almost lied about its worth to get it first. "I was tempted to say, 'Nah, there's nothing here.' And then I was going to have my agent find out if the rights were available. Not only is there a movie here, I definitely think it's more than one movie." The Joy Luck Club, based on a 1989 novel by Amy Tan, dealt with relationships between Chinese-American women and their Chinese mothers.