Reviews and Festivals
"Many students will identify with the discomfort of feeling 'other', or having to be a type, rather than an individual. This film is also a good reminder (or conversation-starter) on respectful language and conversation."
— School Library Journal
"This is a moving meditation on a subject sure to have resonance for a wide audience. Recommended."
— Video Librarian
"Family photos add visuals to their poignant words. This thought-provoking program is a plea for kindness, understanding, and acceptance that is needed in this growing demographic. Teens will identify with these questions of identity."
"I recommend this film for middle school to adult audiences with an emphasis to discuss diversity as well as ethnic and gender studies, and sociology."
— Educational Media Reviews Online
Yorkton Film Festival, Golden Sheaf Award
Culture & Diversity Film Festival, InkTip Prize and Best Recorded Sound
Yorktown Film Festival
National Black Film Festival
San Francisco Black Film Festival
Toronto Short Film Festival
St. Louis International Film Festival
Africa International Film Festival
Twin Cities Black Film Festival
African Diaspora International Film Festival
Los Angeles CineFest
Trinidad & Tobago Film Festival
Lunenburg Doc Fest
Culture & Diversity Film Festival
CineOdyssey Film Festival
TIDE Film Festival
NorthwestFest International Documentary Festival