Director: Yao-Ting Cheng | Producer: Shwu-Mey Wu
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: Taiwan
This film features four friends who were classmates of inclusive preschool and elementary school, in which one third of the students were physically or mentally handicapped. The time span of the film is 19 years, describing those four friends' growing since preschool. Two of them, the "normal" students, are studying in university, while the other two, the "handicapped" students, have been working since their graduation from high school special education class. One of the handicapped girls and her mother have their own restaurant, and the other is working at the dumpling intern workshop of a foundation. This film also includes the 20-year progress of the inclusive classâ€™s founder, transition of inclusive campus, and interview of the founder, the four friends and their families. It reveals the learning and working of those four since preschool, and their interaction with others. The most valuable part is their remembrance of inclusive years after they have grown up, and their interpretation of inclusive education form their viewpoint and the influence they received from inclusive class.