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USA202174 minEnglishCanadian PremiereDrama, LGBTQ+ Filmmakers
It starts simple enough. In town on a stopover, years after she transitioned, Kris is meeting her college ex-girlfriend Naomi again for the first time. But seeing an ex is never simple. As the evening unfolds, the past inevitably creeps back into their conversations. Despite their best intentions, small talk and innocuous comments remind them of old resentments, uncovering wounds, until they reveal shocking truths for the first time.
Featuring compelling performances by Pooya Mohseni and Lynn Chen, Mari Walker’s first feature is a classic two-hander that builds to its dramatic conclusion with a deft touch. Ruminating on themes of family, regret, aging, and transitioning, See You Then is a memorable profile of two women finding their way through change.
- Aram Siu Wai Collier
South by Southwest Festival, 2021
Outfest Los Angeles, 2021
Atlanta Film Festival, 2021
Inside Out, 2021
Best Narrative Feature, Sun Valley Film Festival, 2021
Audience Choice Award, DisOrient Asian American Film Festival, 2021
Mari Walker (she/her) is an award-winning filmmaker whose work has been accepted into over 250 film festivals, including Sundance, SXSW, Frameline, and Outfest, garnering a total of 76 awards and 52 nominations. Her work explores identity through multiple forms and genres, championing our shared humanity through empathy and understanding.
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