On an isolated reserve a young boy struggles to search for a connection to his deceased grandmother through an old VHS camcorder.


Through discordant pixelated images, Trevor Mack delicately reveals the trauma and devastation that too many Indigenous children in remote communities are forced to contend with.
— Danis Goulet
...the boy’s journey starts off poignant, but builds to a grand tragedy with stark, timely relevance. It’s moving, gutting, must-see filmmaking.
— Andrew Parker, THE GATE Entertainment Magazine
...a meditation on family, memory and generational pain with a striking visual aesthetic...
— Norm Wilner, NOW Magazine