Clare Langford is an award-winning actress, writer, and director from Ireland. She began penning original scripts and adapting screenplays for the stage for her University Drama Society while studying Applied Languages. She later went to Drama Centre London. In Langford’s film “Mr. Wong’s Lullaby” Social worker Norah struggles to balance her demanding workload with caring for her elderly father Horace, an ex-POW who has dementia. On a particularly bad day, as Horace’s daycare center unexpectedly closes, Norah is forced to leave her father at home alone. In his delusional state, Horace mistakes his kind neighbor Mr. Wong for a Japanese camp guard. As the horrors of his past resurface to haunt his present, Norah's precariously balanced house of cards starts to collapse.
"Mr. Wong's Lullaby" screens Saturday, March 26 at 6:00 pm/PST
For tickets visit: https://www.stellartickets.com/o/alliance-of-women-filmmakers/events/mr-wongs-lullaby--2/occurrences/4078c23a-e4e2-42f3-bbd4-615ec5473de3
For more information about the Los Angeles Women's International Film Festival and complete feature line up visit http://www.lawomensfest.com
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