This sincere war drama is presented by UNM's Japanese-American Student Association. It tells the story of the 100th Infantry Battalion, a group of second-generation Japanese-Americans who volunteered to fight in World War II—despite the fact that many of their relatives were locked up in American internment camps. These harsh, historical incidents are revealed mostly in flashbacks as a former soldier struggles with his memories of the war eight years after its end. Writer-director-star Lane Nishikawa will introduce the film and participate in a discussion after the free screening. 99 minutes R.