Directed by Diane Quon
At age 68, Cliff has attended over 4,000 Stanford games, cheering and traveling the country to show support for the Stanford team. Is he just an obsessive or does he have an understanding of what matters in life that most lack?
Diane worked in LA for over 17 years at NBC and at Paramount Pictures where she was last the Vice President, Marketing. Diane is currently producing documentaries for the award-winning Kartemquin Films including Minding the Gap, Left-Handed Pianist, and The Dilemma of Desire. She is a 2017 Film Independent Fellow.
113 minsThis set of shorts represents the most grueling and harsh work Asians have to face and endure just to get by. Looked upon as expendable and replaceable, Asians are often stereotyped as cheap dry cleaners, street peddlers, and hole in the wall store owners. But the stories and lives these films showcase highlight the tenacity, hard-working mentality, and perseverance Asians show both in and out of the workplace.