“Sky Blossom,” in part, examines how cultural factors play into caring for a loved one.
The film is an honest exploration of how five young people of color, ranging from 12 to 26, work as caregivers for a family member who is a veteran with disabilities.
One in 4 caregivers is a millennial, according to AARP, and more than half are Black, Hispanic, Asian American or Pacific Islanders.
“So it’s also a film made about caregivers by people who are caregivers.
Vino Wong / Sky Blossom Films“We seem to be living in very diverse times right now, and I wanted to show that through their stories,” Lui said.