This tells the story of two adoptees and their families. One family is a couple excitedly preparing for the adoption of a baby girl. The other, a 32-year-old adoptee from Korea who has always struggled to speak with her adoptive parents about her adoption. The two stories are at opposite ends of the adoption process and converge to show that love alone is not enough to make a family work.
This is an hour-long documentary revealing the filmmaker’s journey as a birthmother. It also features the stories of adoptees, birthparents, and adoptive parents. A wide variety of perspectives and topics about adoption are considered, especially the connections between birth families and adoptive families.
A documentary on the psychological aspects of growing up with and without parental love. The story follows the Diaz family, who chooses to adopt three children from Russia. It explores the family’s new relationship dynamics and how their new and old kids handle family together. It also covers their work with individualized family therapy, which helps them communicate more effectively.
A documentary about the various perspectives on China’s One Child Policy. It interviews people who carried out the policy to the people who fell victim to the policy. This is for anyone interested in learning about one of China’s biggest and most impactful family planning initiatives. It offers new perspectives about and explores the causes and effects of the policy.