When music composer SÒNG KIM (30) moves home to help his aging mother, MRS. KIM (60), he gets more than he bargained for. While on their daily walk, the two are harassed by racist white men, who tell them they're not welcome in their country. Feisty and defiant, Mrs. Kim expresses her displeasure, citing they’re Americans too. A nervous Song pulls her away before the conflict escalates. But one day, a looming deadline causes Sòng to miss a walk. His mother is attacked, the victim of an apparent hate crime, and subsequently dies from her injuries in the hospital. Shockingly, the man accused of the attack is acquitted. Riddled with guilt, Sòng loses hope, his nerve and the will to live. Until he’s pushed a step too far.
Film by Jason Winn
Executive Producer Michael Lucker
Written by Philip Tan
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