Event: Film Screening: Life After Life

Date & Time

November 13, 2017 -
3:00pm to 5:00pm

Contact Information


Charles E. Young Library

Life After Life follows the stories of Harrison, Noel, and Chris as they return home from San Quentin State Prison. After spending most of their lives incarcerated, they are forced to reconcile their perception of themselves with a reality they are unprepared for. Each struggles to overcome personal demons and reconstruct their fractured lives. Grappling with day-to-day challenges and striving for success, they work to reconnect with family and provide for themselves for the first time in their adult lives. Told in an unadorned verite style, we experience the truth of their heartaches and triumphs. As their stories unfold over weeks, months and years, the precarious nature of freedom after incarceration in America is revealed.


This screening will feature guest Speakers film director/producer Tamara Perkins and Harrison Seuga Professor Keith L. Camacho of the Asian American Studies Center and Department will moderate the discussion.  Light snacks will also be provided.