Kieu, loosely translated as "foreign,” is the name given to thousands of Vietnamese refugees and their children who have journeyed “home." Within the film, we traverse notions of origin and belonging by way of luscious Kodachrome travel footage. Through an intricate weaving of field recordings and the vivid stories of three Viet-Kieu voices we "return" to Vietnam. Their culturally fragmented narratives pose questions relevant to all those who travel. What is it we are moving toward in this cycle of searching and returning? What do we bring back with us? What is this need for motion, this pursuit? The camera too becomes a voice in this cinematic journey, the embodiment of a question, a kinesthetic quest for the meaning of being and belonging.