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"After Freedom": "Heartfelt, Honest, Distinctively Flavored Pictures" -Variety"A Taut, Well-Wrought Drama....Engrossing" -Kevin Thomas LA TimesTake a look at a unique portrait of immigrants, feeling like outsiders, struggling to survive in America. Michael, an Armenian-American in his 30s, is feeling a growing obligation to take care of his aging father, Leon, who had left a good job in Soviet Armenia to raise his children in the land of freedom. Michael has risen to become an assistant supermarket manager, but feels caught between family traditions and the outside world. His friends earn easy money on the wrong side of the law forcing Michael to face tough choices in finding his footing in this poignant, universal portrait of multi-generational immigration family's caught between identifying with the past and the present.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- director: Vahe Babaian
- producer: Eric Sherman
- executive producers: Berj Daniel Bedrosian, Bérj Beramian, Craig Ken
- written by Vahe Babaian
- cinematography by Gary Meek
- edited by Howard Heard & Thomas A. Ohanian
- music by Alan Derian
- genres: Crime Fiction, Indie film, Drama
- released in (11 years ago)
"After Freedom" is a book by Hortense Powdermaker.
- also known as "After freedom; a cultural study in the Deep South"
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by Simmi Jain
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The Jim Crow Encyclopedia (2008)
Greenwood Milestones in African American History by Nikki L. M. Brown, Barry M. Stentiford
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The desire to become an educated people remained constant even after freedom in 1865. See also Runaways; Resistance; Laws; Literacy; ...
by Ross Eaman
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4-volume Set by Hans J. Hillerbrand
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