In the months prior to 9-11, an Afghan woman named Samira Rahman narrowly escapes from the Taliban, losing her family. After settling down in Long Island and beginning a new family, Samira is taken away by Homeland Security agents in the middle of the night. Her husband Abdul, who runs a coffee cart in South Ferry, and their two young boys await news of her fate.
"Ahn brings a human side to post-September 11, 2001 detentions"
- National Museum of Women in the Arts
• National Museum of Women in the Arts' Festival of Film & Media, Washingtong DC, 2007
• Association For Asian Studies Conference, 2007
• Middle East Studies Association Film Festival, 2008