AN ALL-ENCOMPASSING LIGHT
An All-Encompassing Light details the experience of Lee, now in his 80s, when the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945. The film is told through Lee's eyes as he remembers where he was, and how it affected him afterwards. The film touches on themes of memory, and loss, and poses the question: how we can move forwards with our lives when we hold such painful memories?
9th—18th January 2015
Sun 18 Jan 2015
Hackney Picturehouse, Hackney Attic
Now in its fourth year of festival life, LSFF's afternoon of mid-length documentaries is taking up residence in the relaxed haven of the Hackney Attic