|Subject:||Migration, identity, generational issues|
|Format:||PAL DVD; PAL 1/2-inch VHS|
|Producer:||Jennifer Lee Lewes|
|Description:||Children of migrants share a common story. The first generation born in a new country must live between two cultures: The land of their birth and the culture of their parentsŐ birthplace. This is the story of four young New Zealand-born Pacific women (Emeline Afeaki, Pule Puletaua, Lanni Liuvaie, Louise Tu`u) whose parents have come from villages in Tonga, Niue, and Samoa. The film is about their struggle to combine two cultures and to find their place and identity here.|
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