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How do you engage with the "American Dream"? These films take you inside the lives of immmigrants, whose stories are elegantly connected by a desire to build their own futures.

DISINTEGRATION 93-96 is an essay film about the Filipino American undocumented experience, retracing connections between '90s home movie nostalgia, post-colonial identity and the disintegration of traditional family models. It’s a pop-culture meditation on hyper-consumerism and cultural erasure. Filmmaker Miko Revereza problematizes the personal questions linked with global implications, specifically the act of recording a film document without the possession of living documents.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    5 minutes
  • Language
    English, Tagalog
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Miko Revereza
  • Executive Producer
    Visual Communications