Memories Look at Me (2013)
Filmmaker Song Fang travels from Beijing to Nanjing to visit with her family in an attempt to study the ways in which parent/child relationships evolve over time. ~ Tracie Cooper, Rovi
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Critic Reviews for Memories Look at Me
A slight yet profound exploration of generational choices and our fear of living our parents' lives.
Sweet and fiercely humane, Song's layered family portrait is decidedly Buddhist: silent when it needs to be and steadfast about approaching inevitable tragedy with care and patience.
Death hangs over Song Fang's first feature, Memories Look at Me, but it's neither with grimness nor overt tragedy.
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