When the sanctity of anonymous adoption is broken, Lenny pays a price for gaining the knowledge of his son's genetic heritage. He must now live with the worries that if identity is determined by genetics, Max stands a good chance of spending most of his adult life behind bars.
|Lenny:||You ever think about what you want to be when you grow up Max?|
|Max:||Oh, I donít know, maybe an interior decorator.|
|Max:||Just kidding, just kidding.|
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Adopted children must at some point in their lives resolve the identity crisis between birth parents and adopted parents. Do you have a right to know your own identity? Does someone else have that right if you don't? If you know who you are, do you really know who your ancestors were? The web helps you climb back up your own ancestral tree to seek long dead uncles and aunts who rode the subway in black and white.