“Filled with deeply human moments of joy and pain, GOING HOME shares Jason Hoffmann’s intimate search in realizing what his life could have been had he not been adopted from South Korea 20 years earlier by his Greenwich Village Jewish parents. In the face of adversity and complete upheaval of buried insecurities about his identity, Jason will find a profound new meaning of family.”
Join Jason Hoffmann, Mikyung Kim (producer), Tony and Nadine Hoffmann, and Dr. Amanda Baden for a post-screening discussion about the film, Jason’s experience, and the process and consequences of transnational search for one’s birth parents. Discussion will be moderated by associate faculty member at the Gallatin School, Pat McCreery.
Co-sponsored by: Gallatin School of Individualized Study, The Gallatin Office of Student Life, Also-Known-As, Inc. (AKA), and Families with Children from China Greater New York (FCCNY)