Friday, July 24, 2009

A good movie





The Cats of Mirikitani. Filmmaker Linda Hattendorf becomes an integral part of the action in this heartfelt documentary about her efforts to help aging Japanese-American artist Jimmy Mirikitani get off the streets of New York City and make peace with his complicated past. As she and Jimmy sift for long-lost relatives and even revisit the internment camp where he was forced to spend several years during World War II, Hattendorf hauls her camera along to capture every moment.


We enjoyed this movie ~ Galen and I watched it last evening. Thanks, Amy, for recommending it.
I love his artwork.






5 comments:

Happy@Home said...

It sounds like a movie I would like. Thanks for the recommendation.

Have a great weekend.

Donna said...

I'll have to look for it! Thanks! Happy weekend sweetie!hughugs

Protege said...

Seems like a movie I would like.;))
Thank you for always finding the time to stop by my place.
Have a wonderful weekend.;)
xo

Mimi Sue said...

I'll see if I can find it. It's a good weekend to sit in the air conditioning and watch a movie. Mimi

NCmountainwoman said...

Sounds like my kind of movie. I've always been fascinated by the internment camps and the dispicable things we did to our fellow Americans. Thanks for the recommendation.