"Full of expressions of sponteneous emotion, it is terrifically artful"
- Vincent Canby, NEW YORK TIMES
"For Camille Billops, autobiography is a means to a new black documentary style."
- B. Ruby Rich, Sight and Sound Magazine
"Loaded with real-life family drama... a brave film [which] raises questions, opens closets, and takes the viewer through the filmmaker's unchangeable past."
- Donald Taylor, East Bay Guardian
In 1981, visual artist Billops reconnected with Christa, the daughter she gave up for adoption 20 years before. A decade after reuniting, Billops composed this rueful, docu-fictional examination of the difficult choices that define a life.
- Matthew Eng, Tribeca News
"The films of Camille Billops are heartrending, fearlessly personal meditations on a range of emotionally charged subjects."