2014, video, 14:40 minutes
In Wisconsin, Elleni Sclavenitis interviews her father about his experience in Vietnam during the war as a US Army Intelligence Officer. He was sent there on a covert operation, and kept his secret until it was declassified in the mid-90s. This film reflects on why people keep secrets for their governments, and the potentially alienating effects of classification. It is about memory, the nature of secrecy and how we live in the aftermath of history.