A beautiful, yet tragic portrait of the American Dream. Director Alan Yang (of Master of None fame) brings his sensibilities to tell an earnest tale of immigration, carried by a strong performance by Tzi Ma.
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"I ain't claiming to be a good man...I ain't saying I'm a bad one neither. I ain't always done right...I just always done what needed doing"
These are the chilling words that set up what is one of my favorite short films of all time, and certainly the best one of the year. The writing, as you can see above, is brilliant and does such a great job of bringing us into this world of outlaws and drifters. The cinematography…