Rabbit in the Moon
Like many Japanese Americans released from WWII internment camps, the young Omori sisters did their best to erase the memories and scars of life under confinement. Fifty years later acclaimed filmmaker Emiko Omori asks her older sister and other detainees to reflect on the personal and political consequences of internment. From the exuberant recollections of a typical teenager, to the simmering rage of citizens forced to sign loyalty oaths, Omori renders a poetic and illuminating picture of a deeply troubling chapter in American history.
Runtime: 90 min. Watch clip here.
Rabbit in the Moon is being shown in conjunction with ASU’s Guantanimo Public Memory Project. Click here for more info.
Cost: FREE for all guests.