Walter Thompson-Hernandez

filmmaker and journalist

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“If I Go Will They Miss Me” follows a father and son who live in the Imperial Courts housing project in Watts, which sits directly under the flight path at LAX.

‘If I Go Will They Miss Me’ plays with harm and love in Watts

“If I Go Will They Miss Me” follows a father and son who live in the Imperial Courts housing project in Watts, which sits directly under the flight path at LAX.

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