SF Indiefest documentary 'Quaranteened' follows ups and downs of family in quarantine

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- It is a defining period that nearly every family has come to known all too well. The crowded house, age gaps and blurred lines of a family in quarantine, all under one roof.

Quaranteened tells the coming-of-age story of his own family, turning the camera inwards, for a candid and intimate look at the highs and lows of the pandemic life.

The film's director, Rodrigo Dorfman, spoke to ABC7 News Anchor Jobina Fortson on the new streaming show, ABC7@7.

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