SACRAMENTO — The Buddhist Church of Sacramento and Sacramento Japanese United Methodist Church present a free screening of “Yonsei Eyes” on Sunday, Jan. 28, at 1 p.m. at Buddhist Church of Sacramento, 2401 Riverside Blvd. in Sacramento.
“Yonsei Eyes” is a story of two fourth-generation Japanese Americans who embark on a pilgrimage to the place where their grandparents were once imprisoned during World War II. The journey takes them to the desolate site of the Tule Lake Segregation Center.
Q&A session with director Jon Osaki immediately after the film.
The program also includes his short film “My Dog Teny,” based on a children’s book written by his father, and a sneak peek at his next film.
For directions to the church, call (916) 446-0121. To see a trailer for “Yonsei Eyes,” click here.