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Directed by Eurie Chung

Cast: Adrianne Gonzalez, Connie K. Lim

An intimate portrait of one woman’s quest for healing that reverberated around the globe through her song “Quiet,” an anthem for the women’s movement. Five years later, we take a deeper look into the song’s impact on MILCK’s journey of reclamation: reclaiming trust in herself, her sense of belonging, and her sisterhood with the song’s co-creator, AG. As we follow MILCK’s path of activism and artistry, we get a window into how she’s awakened by the stillness of quarantine and the reckoning of our country’s racial justice movement. Her acknowledgement and accountability for her blindspots give her and AG a renewed sense of freedom as they celebrate that it’s never too late to reclaim our voices.

Writer: Maile Zambuto
Producer: Eurie Chung
Executive Producer: Maile Zambuto, Grace Lee, Connie K. Lim, Adrianne Gonzalez
Director of Photography: Jerry Henry
Editor: Walt Louie, Aldo Velasco
Composer: Adrianne Gonzalez
Music: Adrianne Gonzalez, Connie K. Lim

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From a rhythmic dream of drawn line and motion, to a traditional Ryūkyūan song and dance, to a verite time capsule of a healing anthem’s moment in time, this year’s Cinema Musia program is bathed in melody and sounds inspirational messages of healing and connection.

Dates & Times


Regal L.A. LIVE

Thu, May 11
9:30 pm