When someone close to us dies, they survive in our memories, but where are these memories located? We weep at grave sites; honor them at their funerals and on their anniversaries; but without a physical presence, they inevitably begin to fade away. In this powerful telling, a young documentary filmmaker fights to keep the flickering memory of his recently deceased father alive through tidbits of recordings and fragments of memory — even as he struggles to come to terms with his own deep well of grief.
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