80 YEARS LATER Film, Audience Reactions
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80 YEARS LATER, 50min,. USA, History
Directed by Celine Parreñas Shimizu
The feature documentary 80 YEARS LATER explores the racial inheritance of Japanese American family incarceration during World War II through multigenerational conversations with survivors and their descendants.
In the 80th anniversary of Executive Order 9066 that imprisoned 120,000 Japanese Americans in World War II, families still grapple with the legacy of their experience. How does one inherit traumatic history across generations?
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