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Earlier this week I finally had a chance to watch Everything Everywhere All At Once. I thought it was a thoughtful look at what life is and what it could’ve been and what that means specifically in an immigrant household and how that is both unique but also universal. I appreciated Evelyn so much because I saw so many women I’m born to and know in her, myself included.
It brought up the questions I’ve kept quiet since I was a child. This feeling of generational continued displacement, but making the conscious decision to do so. The feeling of what does it look like to not be supported? To follow a man’s dreams? To resent the life you didn’t know you were missing, but to love the life you have and not choose another because this is what you know. To find contentment.
It spoke to everything, everywhere, all at once and sometimes it just needs to be that way.