Sundance Film Festival 2022: Free Chol Soo Lee [In-Person Only]
Sun Jan 30: 5.30pm PDT
$13 General Admission
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*** About the film ***
After a Korean immigrant is wrongly convicted of a 1973 San Francisco Chinatown gang murder, Asian Americans unite as never before to free Chol Soo Lee, transforming a former street hustler into a symbol for a landmark movement. But once out, he self-destructs, threatening the movements legacy and the man himself.
(Eugene Yi & Julie Ha, US, 2021, 83 min)
U.S. Documentary Feature - Documentary Competition
*** Learn more about Sundance 2022 at NWFF ***
The nonprofit Sundance Institute has selected seven 2022 Sundance Film Festival Satellite Screen partners: independently owned art house cinemas across the United States that will each connect the Festival and its artists directly with their local audiences. This year the Festival will take place not only in-person in Utah, and online, but across the seven states California, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Washington that each of the seven partner theaters call home.
Find tickets, trailers and more for this year's festival at bit.ly/sundance2022nw
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1515 12th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98122
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