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What does it mean to "fit in"? How can we be authentically ourselves while finding acceptance in our respective communities? "Fitting In" brings together six films asking these questions in unique ways. Several films examine adolescence and the propensity of teenagers to make personal sacrifices or compromises (All I Ever Wanted, Exposed, Fourth Block, and Mom) – for better or worse. Through its choreography, Project Lullaby: CHOICE spotlights mental health awareness and expresses, through dance, the emotional duress of those struggling with mental illness. Together, these films explore the costs of fitting in and the personal significance of finding understanding with others along the way.

A young Vietnamese-American girl struggles to communicate to her immigrant mom about an altercation with a bully and in the end, realizes that there are other ways to convey her feelings.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    6 minutes
  • Language
    English, Vietnamese
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Hien Dinh
  • Producer
    Alexis Nguyen, Norry Niven
  • Cast
    Jocelyn Tran, Mary Nguyen