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Sonny Izon


Sonny Izon is a son of a veteran and a documentary filmmaker. In his interview he shares anecdotes of his father’s experience during the war. He talks about his identity as a Universal citizen and he goes into his career as a documentary film maker.

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He had to make his own watercolor paints out of berries and whatever he could find in the jungle.

(06:46) in full interview

I think what makes America great really is the fact that we are a work in progress.

(17:24) in full interview


They found out that the Japanese officer had a weakness for tango and he had two left feet.

(21:51) in full interview


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