This film explores the life of Hiroshi ‘Hiro’ Hoshizaki, a retired grandfather of six, who was imprisoned in a Japanese internment camp during his adolescence.
As we follow Hiroshi on his own journey to confront the events and memories of his past, we learn of his experiences while imprisoned at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center and the traumatic repercussions this experience has had on him, and his family.
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George was only four years old when US soldiers forced he and his family out of their home and into camps with barbed wire and sentry towers. Here he recollects the days after the attack on Pearl Harbor when Japanese Americans became “Enemy non-aliens”.