Film Image
Double Exposure
2003
Color
26 minutes
English

Double Exposure

A poetically inspired documentary, exploring the conflicts and contradictions of the "cultural statelessness" experienced by a first generation Chinese-American immigrant. It uses a series of first-person reflections and observations examining her passage from young Chinese girl to middle aged American woman. The film exposes the pushes and pulls of how she has come to understand the differences in customs, social values and traditions between her Chinese past and her American present. The film is narrated in a personal essay style that is at times anecdotal, seriously provocative or when appropriate, even humorous.
Screenings
• Tribeca Film Festival, 2003
• Asian American International Film Festival, 2003
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