Directed by George Takaki
In an alleyway in Little Tokyo, a conflict arises between two segments of society. The conflict escalates, until one of the antagonists quickly settles things.
George has been a part of Digital Histories for the past three years. This year is his first attempt at making a narrative film.
Director: George Tataki
Camera Coordinator: Cory Shiozaki
Cameraman: Steve Nagano
Sound: Norman Kuwahara, Kraig Kishii
Props: Susann Takaki, Gerry Chow
Cast: Takaaki Hirakawa, Lindsey Ahtye
Shorts Programs / 60 minsThe stories from the past, help inform the future. The Digital Histories program engages the passion of our elders to tell their stories and learn the craft of filmmaking. This year the Digital Histories filmmakers not only told their stories through the documentary form but as well as experimental and narrative shorts. - Gary Gabisan
Preceded by: A Step Forward
In This Program: Stop And Smell The Roses, A Matter of Truth, In Plain Sight, Returning to Heart Mountain, With a Little Help From My Friend, Wasteful, Inside Nihon Buyo, Tiffany – The Art of Coming Out, My Chinese Southern Roots – Before Lynwood, Our Torrance Farm – Life Before Lynwood