What is it that ties us to the state where we currently live and adopt it as the one we're "from"? How does living in our states define us? States of America is a series of short documentaries--one from each of our 50 states--that ask these questions by featuring everyday people as diverse as the landscape in the places they call home. This is a story of Indiana.
A born and bred Hoosier, Randy explains the value he places on his sense of belonging, as well as connecting to those that have gone before. From a surprising discovery of infant skeletons in his cellar to a backyard memorial he made for his deceased brother whose body was never recovered, he reflects on the nature of death and the importance of where a person is buried.
*States of America is created and produced by Brad Barber
*Indiana directed by Brad Barber, edited by Mark Lewis, shot by Brad Barber, music by Micah Dahl Anderson. Title design by Brian Turley and Mark T. Lewis.