April 21, 2021 · Online Film Event · AC Presents
Annenberg Center 20/21 Film Series | Pew Fellows x Annenberg Center
Set in 1971 against the backdrop of the Vietnam War, Strawberry Fields tackles the minefield between cultural history and personal memory. After a visit from the ghost of her sister, rebellious 16-year-old Irene Kawai heads out west with her boyfriend in search of a better life. Meeting up with activist friends along the way, Irene unravels the history of a photo linked to her family’s past, learning her parents were incarcerated in a U.S. internment camp during World War II. She detours her road trip, heading to the site of the camp in Arizona on a determined quest for the truth that will set her free.
Directed by Rea Tajiri, 1997, USA, drama, 90 minutes, English
Viewing window will be April 21 at 7 PM through April 27. Access information will be provided in advance. You can also visit our FAQs page for additional details.
- Wednesday, April 21 @ 7 PM
Join Strawberry Fields director Rea Tajiri for a discussion with Maori Karmael Holmes, our Curator-at-Large for Film, on April 21 at 8:30 PM. Click here to join via Zoom >>
Photo credit: Courtesy Strawberry Fields