Imagine your family photos or home movies ending up in a thrift store, and you only discover they are in someone else's hands after they find and contact you. Both are weird scenarios, but that's what Gone Estray's video essayist, Melissa Dollman, explores over the course of an eight minute tale. Things are further complicated because Dollman now owns the films and uses them in a short work of her own. What are the ethical considerations around, and manipulation of, another family's person effects? What does the law say about the issues in Dollman's state of North Carolina, and who collects this stuff?