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In profiling Chinese adoptees in contemporary America, this deeply moving documentary from Linda Goldstein Knowlton (The World According to Sesame Street) illustrates that even the most specific of experiences can be universally relatable. Of the roughly 80,000 girls who have been adopted from China since 1989 a decade after China implemented its One Child Policy the film intimately follows four teenagers: Haley, Jenna, Ann and Fang.
These four wise-beyond-their-years yet typical American teens reveal a heartbreaking sense of self-awareness as they attempt to answer the uniquely human question, "Who am I?" They meet and bond with other adoptees, some journey back to China to reconnect with the culture, and some reach out to the orphaned girls left behind. In their own ways, all attempt to make sense of their complex identities. Issues of belonging, race and gender are brought to life through these articulate subjects, who approach life with honesty and open hearts.
great video. reminds us why we adopted and why we should again. stories are great at will help you get ready for that conversation to come.Published 18 days ago by J. RAY
As an adoptee from Korea, this movie echoed a lot of the feelings I had growing up decades ago.Published 22 days ago by DC
Excellent window into the struggles adopted teens face. I highly recommend!!Published 1 month ago by Bmom
This documentary film on Chinese girls adopted by American families packs a real emotional punch. Introducing four teens who were born in China and adopted and raised by American... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donald M. Bishop
This was a fabulous documentary and I highly reccommend it to anyone who wants to see an inspiring film about adoption in China. Really great use of my time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrea Luikart
I got the movie out of curiosity just to learn something rather than watching some mindless
insignificant movie and I am really glad I did. Read more
This is a wonderful documentary which I hope will help my adopted Chinese daughter process her earlier life experiences and enable her to live successfully in her... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Carol Gehret