At times serious, at times humorous, the film explores the emotional reality of what it’s like to be racially unclassifiable in a society bent on race and racial categories. Based on the filmmaker’s own search for identity and community, she finds others in the same ambiguous category to share their experiences.
“An unusually charming, winsome examination
of the lives of people of mixed heritage, whose tales are told
with gentle humor and clever insight.”
Winner, Silver Apple award at the 1994 Nat’l Educational Film and Video Fest., 1993 CINE Golden Eagle award, 1993 Int’l. Documentary Association’s Student Merit award, and Regional Finalist, Southern California for the Student Academy Awards. Screened at numerous festivals, including in Mill Valley, Hawaii, Toronto, Paris, Berlin, India and Japan, as well as Asian international film festivals in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Broadcast on PBS (WNET) in 1994. Distributed by Filmakers Library, New York.
16mm film, 23 minutes, documentary.