|Genres||Biography Documentary Short|
|Director||Hazuki Inoue Kurikawa|
|Writers||Hazuki Inoue Kurikawa (writer)
|Plot||This short documentary features three bilingual and bi-cultural women living in New York City. Janet is a Japanese-American whose father is 2nd generation Japanese-American and mother is Japanese. Janet was brought up in Japan and Hawaii. Eriko is Japanese, but educated mostly in England. Kazuho is also Japanese, and was educated in both Japan and California. They are all fluent bilingual speakers, but struggled [in different ways] to express themselves in multiple languages. This documentary is about the complexities of languages and identities.... search for Being Myself: Bilingualism and Identity on IMDb|
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