Directed by David Siev
101 Min

Yes, that is Bad Axe, Michigan, the rural, conservative town in the thumb. This documentary is about a devoted Asian American family and their
experiences with trauma, racism, and familial pressure. While in quarantine with his family, director David Siev decided to document their day-to-day existence as they weather the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the guise that the film is a love letter to his hometown, the filmmaker ends up foregrounding
the power of family above anything else. This film has won 17 awards including the Audience Award at the SXSW, Traverse City and Freep film festivals! Director David Siev joins us on Zoom. Thursday, Nov 3, 6:30 pm


Thursday, November 3, 6:30 pm, Studio C


Opening Night - $25.00
Evening Films - $12.00
Matinees - $8.00
Seniors - $9.00

Advance tickets & reserved seating beginning Febuary 17 at Studio C