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Bad Axe
IFC Center
Sunday, Nov 27, 2022 4:30 PM
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Admission General Admission - $17.00
Admission Child - $14.00
Admission Senior - $14.00

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Q&A with director David Siev and special guests moderated by Carla Gutierrez at 3:25pm show on Saturday, November 19th and with director David Siev following the 1:05pm show on Sunday, November 20th!

After leaving NYC for his rural hometown of Bad Axe, Michigan,at the start of the pandemic, Asian American filmmaker David Siev documents his family's struggles to keep their restaurant afloat. As fears of the virus grow, deep generational scars dating back to Cambodia’s bloody “killing fields” come to the fore, straining the relationship between the family's patriarch, Chun, and his daughter, Jaclyn. When the BLM movement takes center stage in America, the family uses its collective voice to speak out in their conservative community. What unfolds is a real-time portrait of 2020 through the lens of one multicultural family’s fight stay in business, stay involved, and stay alive.



Film Details
Running Time:102
Director:David Siev
Accessibility:Assistive Listening
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