Seattle Asian American Film Festival

Reflections: Refugee Stories and Legacies

Expired March 14, 2022 6:59 AM
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The stories and experiences of refugee communities are vast and diverse. In this shorts program, watch as filmmakers explore and highlight the experiences, stories, and lasting legacies of refugee communities. From their experiences building their own small businesses and community within the United States, to the second-generation young adults redefining their own relationship to America, these films capture the complexities, histories, healing, and pain of refugee communities and the futures that they have helped pave the way for.

Co-presented by Kin On

After the fall of Saigon, a young Vietnamese man travels to Paris to find his father who he has not seen since childhood. During this visit, he discovers more about his family's complicated history and how the Southern and Northern Vietnamese conflict continues to affect his life even in France.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    12 minutes
  • Language
    French, Vietnamese
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Nate Cuboi
  • Screenwriter
    Nate Cuboi
  • Producer
    Hai-Anh Tran
  • Cast
    Manh Hung Nguyen, Leanna Chea, Jean-Claude Tran, Francois Xavier Phan, Francoise Krief