1994, 44:34 minutes, colour
Domino portrays the poignant and outspoken stories of six interracial adults' struggles to transcend cultural boundaries and offer their own identities. By virtue of their experience, they explore how society categorizes "race". This one-hour documentary reveals how these women and men have used their experience as a psychological, creative and cultural enrichment.
"As an interracial child, I had to find answers to questions that my parents hadn't come to terms with. Within the family, I had to play the role of "cultural broker", learning that cultural flexibility was a positive and enriching experience. Culture and identity are not static" Shanti Thakur
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