They Think I'm Chinese!

Thousands of girls who were in the first wave of Chinese children to be adopted in Québec in the 1990s have reached adolescence. The filmmaker focused her lens on five of them and accompanied them throughout their emotionally charged transition to adulthood. In their quest for identity, how do these young Quebecers experience their difference? An intimate and touching journey into the world of Alice, Lea, Julia, Anne and Flavie.

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Film Credits

participant
Anne Décarie-Spain
Léa Décarie-Spain
Alice Giguère-Heppell
Flavie Mathieu
Julia Piotte
Zhi Min Hu
research
Nicole Giguère
script
Nicole Giguère
direction
Nicole Giguère
camera
Isabelle de Blois
Zhi Min Hu
Nicole Giguère
Alain Dupras
Pascal Gélinas
sound
Stéphane Barsalou
Emory Murchison
Catherine Van Der Donckt
editing
Johane Fréchette
animation
Josiane Lapointe
Photographer
Sophia Perez
makeup
Elaine Hamel
hair styling
Flavie Mathieu
text
Nicole Giguère
narration
Nicole Giguère
original music
André Courcy
Jenny Salgado
voice
Aimée Lee
sound editing
François Maurice
mix
Roger Guérin
foley
Danielle Bérard
Paul Hubert
Éric Lagacé
producer
Pauline Voisard
Johanne Bergeron

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