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- 10 m 27 s
A fallen warrior is honoured by his family in an experimental take on the ancient Chamoru burial.
This screening is recommended for audiences 16 +, themes include depression, suicide and PTSD
Indigenous Nation Chamoru
Director Kyle Perron, Nico Serneo
Director Bio Kyle Perron is half Chamoru from his mother's side. Born and raised on Guam, He left straight to film school in the Bay Area after graduating from High school in 2008. During his time in the states, he felt a need to go back to the island to better understand that side of his indigenous heritage. Creating this film helped him better understand the practices and culture of the Chamoru people. Together with co-director Nico Serneo (who is of Filipino descent), they created the film "I Matai", which explores death, honor and respect, during their rediscovery of their love of Guam and its people.