"3,000 Miles", A Short Doc About Life In New York Through Voice Mails • Discoverology

“3,000 Miles”, A Short Doc About Life In New York Through Voice Mails

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On July 5th, 2016, Sean Wang moved across the country to work and live in New York City for one year. This is a personal documentary of his year, chronicled by voicemails left by his mom.

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