There Are Places I Remember
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The relationships between sons and fathers, and mothers and daughters are often the most complex relationships that can change or break us for the better or worse. In looking for answers and meaning in these relationships, is it possible to find one’s self?— Carmela Aquino
Total Runtime: 94
Filmmakers scheduled for attendance
Theo Huong Den Ma Di (The Fading Light)
Directed by: Thien Do
Runtime: 22 min
A man returns home to Vietnam after having lived much of his life in America. In coming home, he is jarred by the feeling of displacement and is rocked by memories he’d almost forgotten.
Set in 1986, amidst the People Power Revolution taking Manila by storm, a young girl finds her family life and sense of normalcy turned upside down in the heat of the revolution.
A Thai youth turns to the monastery to fulfill his late grandmother’s wish. In meditation, he comes across much more than he thought he’d find.
Coming home to see why his parents haven’t responded to his wedding invitation, a son uncovers long-buried issues still lingering.
In rural China, a young girl forced into an arranged marriage finds her own desires conflicting with her sense of duty.
A man travels across Japan to fulfill his mother’s dying request. On his journey, he discovers in himself and his country a beauty and newness unknown to him before.