|Directed by Veronika Soul|
|United States, 1992 (avant-garde, 21 minutes, colour)|
"Within a single Chinatown room, we see fragments of the lives of the Chinese immigrants who lived there over a span of sixty years—a bachelor in the 1890s, a small family group in the 1920s, a young post-war couple with children in the 1940s, and a grandfather with his two Americanized grandsons in the 1950s. The characters are ghosts, transparent as they fade in and out, mixing their lives and family stories. [...]"
-- Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (source)