During the film’s introduction, the screen deflated and collapsed in slow motion when a stake came loose. Mas came to the rescue and fired up his tractor, tethering the screen to the tractor and re-inflating it. The rest of the show went on without a hitch.
The documentary highlights their heartbreak, their struggle, and the deep love in these families, and illuminates the vast differences in bureaucratic approaches that may influence rates of reunification.
On October 26th, CAAM and the GAPA Foundation present a free screening of Korean American short films by filmmaker Andrew Ahn, including “Dol” (First Birthday) and a sneak peak at upcoming feature “Spa Night.”