FOUND documentary centers on three American adoptees who discover they are cousins by blood, embarking on a trip to China together in hopes of reconnecting with their roots.

2021 | Running Time: 1 Hour 52 minutes | Rating: PG-13

Found A documentary by director Amanda Lipitz, follows three adopted teenage girls as they search for information about their birth parents. The three girls, Chloe, Sadie and Lily, find each other after taking a DNA test that reveals them to be blood-related cousins, and they continue to look into their ancestry with the help of Liu, a China-based investigator who specializes in connecting people to their heritage. The documentary addresses the harm caused by China’s One-Child policy, a 1979 family-planning policy intended to reduce the growth rate of the Chinese population.

“This is a film about the way we are all connected, set against a backdrop of circumstances that changed the course of many lives. It is for anyone who has the faith, courage, and strength to find out who they really are.”