We're Different, My Baby is a 30 minute film about family life in cases of international adoptions. It documents the lives of 4 young people from different countries and the various circumstances that they have been brought into. While parents struggle to decide how much of the child's heritage should be presented to them, experts examine what role globalization, child development, and acculturation play in the debate.
This film was made in 2012 for Indiana Regional PBS and screened in 2013 as an official selection of the Sedona International Film Festival.
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