Friday, August 24 - Thursday, September 6, 2012
Since the institution of China’s “one child” policy in 1979, some 80,000 Chinese girls have been adopted by American families. Prompted by her own adoption of a daughter, filmmaker Linda Goldstein Knowlton probes these adoptees’ experiences through a portrait of four remarkable Chinese-American teenagers on a journey to discover their pasts, returning to China to find their birth parents.
- Country USA
- Rating NR
- Running Time 94 minutes
- Director Linda Goldstein Knowlton
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