AMFM presents,

AMFM presents, "Home Away From Home" by Rohit Srinath

2023, Canada, 8 mins

English— This is a story of an immigrant to Canada who has to get used to the changes and homesickness. Can he survive and build something on his own? 

Français – C’est l’histoire d’un immigrant au Canada qui doit s’habituer aux changements et au mal du pays. Pourra-t-il survivre et construire quelque chose par lui-même ?

Time(s)7:00 PM

Date(s)Sep 24, 2023


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