My Mother, Myself, & I is a Chinese coming-of-age short film consisting of four acts. Each act is a long take capturing the brief but intricate interaction between a single-mother and her son at the ages of 5, 10, 20, and 25 years old. These four mother-son moments offer a glimpse into their relationship and how it evolves across the years as they tread lightly on the issue of traditional Chinese family values and the social taboos of sexual infidelity and identity.
Zoetic is the story of a single, 60-year-old Chinese immigrant mother who, for the first time ever, is challenged to finally think of her own wants and
needs. She reluctantly agrees to navigate the world of online dating apps with the help of her daughter. Through the experience, mother and daughter begin to break through the unyielding, yet all too familiar
emotional wall quarantining Asian parent from child.
In Full Bloom tells the story of Cecile, an older Vietnamese-American hoarder, whose life is upended when worms open a black hole in her house and threaten to take all her stuff.
In 1998 Daly City, Christian Flores, an r&b singer whose career was short lived, wakes up after a long night of partying to find that his prized possession, his Mazda RX7, has been towed. However, Christian did manage to score a girl’s number in his drunken haze, which he also loses. Living paycheck to paycheck, selling cell phones at the mall, Christian does not have enough money to get his car back. Christian has the rest of the weekend to figure out how he’s going to get the money to get his car out, all while trying to find out who the girl is.
Difficult People is a story about two men, in the most tender and vulnerable form away from all the stereotypes about masculinity in contemporary culture.