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Closure

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Angela, an African-American, was raised by a Caucasian couple in a large, multiracial family in Washington State. She was adopted at the age of one from foster care in the state of Tennessee, under the terms of a closed adoption. As Angela grew older it became apparent that the unanswered questions about her birth story would continue to haunt her if she did not attempt to find some answers. Filmed and edited by her husband Bryan, this documentary follows Angela for two years during the search for her birth family. Several twists and surprising revelations ultimately lead Angela and her family across the country to her place of birth. ...

  • DirectorAaynne Lamy,Bryan Tucker
  • Runtime: 1 hr 16 min
  • StudioCinedigm
  • QualityHD

Reviews about Closure

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Amazon Customer
Five Stars

This was a great documentary. It was very well produced.

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Sheila
You will love this!

Thought this was incredibly well done. Covered just enough of so many feelings of so many family members over time, the varied challenges that were faced, and how love and grace go a long way to allowing healing to happen. His editing skills are amazing. It is hard to believe so much was packed so skillfully into the time given. First seen on PBS ..so happy to have my own copy now to share with friends and family.

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Stella Carrier
Helped Me Unintentionally Gain Some Sense of Closure

My own personal experiences as a transracial adoptee growing up propelled me to check out this Closure documentary about a woman named Angela Tucker. Angela Tucker is an African American female who was raised by a Caucasian family in Washington. The documentary shows that there is very much a lot of love between Angela and her adoptive parents. Angela’s husband is also interviewed in the documentary and he is shown being very much supportive of her wanting to find her birth parents. Angela successfully finds her birth father Oterus. Fortunately Oterus accepts her into his life and he willingly agrees to have a dna test. It is confirmed (through ...

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interesting review
Five Stars

What a awesome life story. I commend her for sharing her journey.

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Amazon Customer
Touching

Very touching documentary. I teared-up a few times. Those adoptive parents are very special people.

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Elizabeth Barton
Five Stars

What a beautiful family... I especially loved Angela. And Bryan. Kudos!

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Raymond Thomas
This was an excellent documentary that captivates the viewers attention from beginning to ...

This was an excellent documentary that captivates the viewers attention from beginning to end. It pushes a lot of emotional buttons as the search for Angela's birth mother progresses.

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txgirl2
Fast delivery. The person I bought it for was ...

Fast delivery. The person I bought it for was very excited about getting it.

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Cindy K Vincent
One of our adopted children met his/her birthfamily two years ...

One of our adopted children met his/her birthfamily two years ago. As the adoptive mom, I met the birthfamily 5 months ago. Ours was an international adoption, however there were many similarities between Angela's story (a domestic adoption) and our story (ie. feelings that needed to be processed by different members of the adoption triad). It brought tears to my eyes . . .

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