This installation re-creates the conflicted media environment of the artists' childhood as a Japanese American in post-World War II America. Special-effects footage produced during the 1940's for World War II movies that portrayed the Japanese as heinous killers is projected onto a grouping of home movie screens assembled to create one large screen. On the TV facing the screens is a compilation of 1950s commercials. Both the movies and the commercials were standard fare for any child watching TV in the 1950's.