Ruthann Lee

2002, 05:30 minutes, colour, english


Using older photographs of her mother's youth, super-8 footage of Toronto's Koreatown, along with images of her own present-day life, this intimate narrative video-letter critically explores issues of love, gender, race, sexuality and national identity by a young queer-identified Korean-Canadian woman.

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Critical Writing

Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival
by Allan Tong. Take One, Mar. 2003, v. 11, no. 41.