Institute History

  • 2001 Sundance Film Festival


Shot in one continuos sequence on a train on Father’s Day. this personal film explores the distressful relationship between a son and a father. The son’s agony is expressed visually and in a voice-over that reveals his inner struggle to confront the pain of never being good enough for his dad. In the film, the everyday news of the outside world is set against the core of anguish experienced by one man vying for the love if his estranged father.


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