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Wed May 1, 2013
The film on international adoption, 'Stuck,' shows in Livonia tonight
There's a special screening tonight at the AMC Livonia 20 of the documentary "Stuck." It was an Audience Choice Winner at the Heartland Film Festival.
The film focuses on the process of international adoption and the children and prospective parents who get "Stuck" in that process.
"Stuck" tells the story of four children and the families who want to adopt them following the children and families as they try to negotiate the bureaucratic ins and outs of the international adoption system.
Film producer Craig Juntunen joined us today along with Kendra Pinkelman. Pinkelman and her husband are trying to adopt a boy from Russia.
That adoption process came to a grinding halt when Russia banned U.S. adoptions last December.
And the Director of the Eastern Michigan Office of Adoption Associates, one of Michigan's leading agencies for international and domestic adoptions, Paula Springer also joined us. She has worked in the adoption field for some 30 years.
Listen to the full discussion above.
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