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The second part shows the family’s unsuccessful attempt to resume their life in India in 1982.Ultimately, they decide to return to England, giving way to the third part of the film, where we also find out that one of the daughters decides to emigrate to Australia, repeating the migratory cycle of her parents.

Therefore, the story of the Suri family could be read as hybridisation between a narrower understanding of the transnational phenomenon and a more proper diasporic/migrant experience.Since filmmaker Sandhya Suri builds this portrayal of her family with the help of a valuable family archive of home movies and audio reels special attention will be given not only to the role of this domestic archive in the making of the film but also the configuration of transnational families in constructing visual/audio memories to share across frontiers.Transnational/diasporic families and their self-representation Before beginning an analysis of it is convenient to briefly delineate some concepts and terms related to the issues brought up by the film.In order to tell this story Sandhya Suri adopts an autobiographical approach.There are not very many examples of autobiographical narratives about the life and hardships of transnational families.