When: Tue., March 29, 7 p.m. 2016
In 1975, a pregnant Vietnamese refugee, Giap, escapes Saigon in a boat and finds herself working on an assembly line in Seymour, Ind. Thirty-five years later, her aspiring filmmaker son Tony decides to document her final day of work at the last ironing board factory in America. The half-hour film explores the refugee experience, the communication gulf between parent and child, and how racism shapes the Asian-American experience, offering insight into the hardships of assimilation.
Price: Free, but ticketed