Filmmaker Julie Mallozzi grew up with a Chinese mother and an Italian father in Ohio, where her family ran a roadside tourist attraction. When she becomes curious about the fate of her Chinese relatives after her mother left in 1946, she takes a trip that changes her view on history, memory, and politics forever. She learns how scientists like her great-uncle Wang Shou-Jue, who pioneered the development of computer chips in China, suffered during the Cultural Revolution; how the Nationalists murdered her grandmother’s brother Fei Gong for promoting democracy in the 1940’s; and how her young aunt Fei Shi-Cheng works as a Communist party official while trying to forget her own family’s persecution at that party. Weaving together dreams, historical footage, and scenes from her relatives’ lives, Mallozzi meditates on the complications of remembering and forgetting the past. The film features original music by Taiwan-born composer Shih-Hui Chen.