Han (3:37) / The Cord (4:10) / Graduation (6:00) / Fantasy Master (9:47) / Falling (10:34) / Sonnie (10:45) / When We Dance (11:40) / Return to Me (11:40) / Blood Is Thicker (14:01) / Abigail (23:00)
Total Time: 105:14 (1 hour, 45 minutes, 14 seconds)
Han is a concept of an emotion, variously described as some form of grief or resentment, among others, that has been said to be a characteristic of Korean culture.
While celebrating her late mother's life, a Korean Woman journeys through an internal whirlwind of longing and grief. There, she must find peace year after year.
The story of a young boy's quest in proving his worth to his older brother.
Following a graduation celebration, a Chinese student goes on one last date to say goodbye to his secret American boyfriend. They want to hide their bittersweet romance forever from their parents. What they do not know, however, is that their parents have their own secrets too.
During a conversation with a retired college professor, a young man reflects on the relationship he had with his recently deceased father.
On the night of his wife's funeral, a widower finds an old record of the song that was playing when they first met. He plays the song and his wife's ghost returns to him for a brief moment causing him to question everything he believes in...
Blood is Thicker follows Alice, a hardworking single mother, who gets horrible news late one night. Her son, Pat, has committed a crime and asks her to help him fix it. Fear begins to settle in as Alice must deal with her own morals and intuition to protect her son.
A lonely and elderly widower struggles to come to terms with the loss of his wife and the circumstances surrounding her death. When he visits her grave, he encounters a little girl who shows him the path to healing and fills him with hope.
Inspired by a true story, "Abigail" addresses the topics of grief, loss and the complicated topic of end-of-life decisions, and the unique challenges it poses on relationships and family dynamics.