Seattle Asian American Film Festival 2021

Haru Haru: Day by Day

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Telling stories that span continents and decades, this program highlighting Korean American experiences touches on themes of immigration, memory, and familial relationships. These short films run the gamut of navigating transracial families shaped by adoption, to presenting darkly humorous perspectives on the history of Japanese colonialism. As a whole, this program examines how many meanings Korean American identity can contain, while addressing culturally defining ideas in inventive ways.


Co-presented by Korean American Coalition Washington (KAC WA)

Stuck in standstill traffic, a young boy tries to spark a connection with a girl in the next lane over. With an attention to the small details that form especially memorable moments, HAENGSYO is both good-humored and heartfelt.

  • Year
    2020
  • Runtime
    6 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Premiere
    PNW Premiere
  • Director
    Aaron Field