Seething grain and swirling textures of Super 8 processed in a pail. Film as memory ... an elaborate reconstruction perpetually shifting through the course of time. And so is this ... a personal recollection of the intensity of what it may have been like to be a child.
"Carefully composed as both a gentle and highly critical portrait of the filmmaker's relationship with his father, this beautifully hand-processed film manages to offer a balanced study heavy with the weight of family history and family ties." - Alex Mackenzie