More about the film:. In this must-see film, a 2004 winner of a Film Advisory Board Award of Excellence (recognized world-wide) for quality family/children's entertainment, adoptees ranging in age from childhood to adulthood share their deepest thoughts and emotions on the adoption experience which has profoundly shaped their lives and those of their loved ones. Viewers will find out first hand how it feels to have been adopted and discover that all kids have common experiences growing up in their homes, surrounded by the families they know and love. Children will understand that if they were adopted, it is a lifelong journey; a celebration of the roots from which they come and the branches that mold them into who they are and where they will go. The roots & the branches.....the tree......it is their legacy- two different kinds of love. This joyous and uplifting film rings true to the celebration of their legacy. About the Director/Executive Producer: Flory G. Herman is a former pharmacist with a doctorate degree in pharmacy (Pharm.D. University of Kentucky 1982). She graduated law school in 1988 and was admitted to the New York State bar in January 1989. Her prior experience includes medical malpractice litigation, and most recently, a successful private practice in the field of adoption law. She is the proud adoptive mother of two children, Rachel (11) and Adam (8) and has been a member of the prestigious American Academy of Adoption Attorneys (www.adoptionattorneys.org) since 1994.'I Have Roots and Branches...' is Flory's first video production. She is thrilled to have this opportunity to reach out and touch the adoption community in a such a positive way.