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BAD AXE captures a closely-knit Asian American family living in rural Michigan during the pandemic as they fight to keep their local restaurant and American dream alive. With rising racial tensions, the family uses their voice and must unite as they reckon with backlash from a divided community, white supremacists, and intergenerational trauma from Cambodia's "killing fields." - Directed by David Siev
Amelia Hapsari conversation with David Siev on BAD AXE
Kirsten Johnson conversation with David Siev on BAD AXE
Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science
Academy Conversations | Matt Carey & David Siev
Film Independent | Q&A Eva Longoria, Daniel Dae Kim, David & Rachel Siev
MSNBC American Voices | Host Alicia Menendez w/ David Siev, Chun Siev, and Jaclyn Siev
Yung Chang conversation with David Siev on BAD AXE
IN THE PRESS
"The most essential film made about this era"
"Among the finest and most important films of the year"
"A penetrating assessment of American society"
"Potent and personal"
"Heartfelt and intimate"
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