Adopted in the UK

The life of a UK adoptee

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V.L. Brunskill

Today, I am sharing a link to the heartbreaking trailer for the movie “Adopted: For the Life of Me”. The movie aired on PBS, and while there are no future airings currently listed on the PBS site, you can purchase the DVD here.

When you visit filmmaker Jean Strauss’ site, be sure to read about her upcoming movie project (she needs moola to complete it), and about her significant work as an advocate for adoptee rights.

If Jean’s name sounds familiar, it is probably because she wrote a great search & reunion book titled,  “Birthright: the Guide to Search and Reunion”.

The film previewed in this trailer, explores the lifelong affects of never knowing your real name, heritage, or medical information. It presents the stories of real people, who late in life, are still living in the darkness of sealed records.

Blessings to know your name at…

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Written by 7rin

Fri, 16 November, 2012 at 1:37 am

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  1. It’s bad for all of you in the US that have sealed records. Hard enough anyway, but at least here in the UK we have the right to search, and since 2005 birth mothers are also allowed to search for their children.


    Fri, 28 December, 2012 at 12:59 pm

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