Two adult children, one with her son, come to their mother's bedside as she lies dying after a stroke. The mother is unable to respond, so we are left to imagine her response as her children and others stop by to say their last good-byes and reveal long-kept secrets and feelings. The director took pains to tell the audience beforehand that Kansas City Here I Come is a drama, not a comedy, but it remains a powerful personal statement.
KANSAS CITY HERE I COME, dir. J.T. O'Neal, 2004 Canada, 15 min. video, distribution: Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre
Not yet listed in IMDB, although the director is listed.