Almost Home: Taiwan (2018)
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Filmmaker Victoria Linchong returns to Taiwan with her family, searching for long-lost connections and becoming re-acquainted with the unique culture of the island and its wild beauty. Bridging the deeply personal and globally political, Almost Home: Taiwan clarifies the controversies surrounding Taiwan, while introducing viewers to raucous night markets, aboriginal festivals, saint trees and kissing fish.
Victoria Linchong returns to Taiwan with her family, rediscovering the island's unique culture while investigating the untold story of Taiwan's struggle for democracy. Part travelogue and part historical essay, ALMOST HOME: TAIWAN juxtaposes a family road-trip with archival footage and on-the-street interviews in Taiwan and America, revealing the history and culture of an island long at the center of political debate.
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