Filmmakers in attendance. Film program will be followed by Q&A
A young sansei (third generation Japanese) embarks on a journey in search of her estranged nisei (second generation Japanese) father. She reunites with him after 30 years. Over a period of 4 years, they build a bridge that reconnects them, through exchanging 80 handwritten letters. On his death bed, she finds some resolution in their relationship.
Director: Teresa Matsushima
Always a must-see at LAAPFF, the Digital Histories world premieres center the unique voices and perspectives of older adults, and proudly shares their stories with the generations to come.