I Lived on Parker Avenue is an inspiring short documentary that follows the dramatic cross-country reunion between then Louisiana college student David Scotton and his Indiana-based birth-parents Melissa and Brian, who haven’t seen him since the day he was born. The film explores the life stories of David, Melissa, Brian and David’s parents, Susan and Jimmy. The film also follows Melissa as she recounts her memories of visiting an Indianapolis abortion facility when pregnant with David.
During the Q&A with I Lived on Parker Avenue’s director Philip Braun III, Braun was asked what his hope is for the future of the film. “With infant adoption decreasing in America over the last 25 years, our hope is that I Lived on Parker Avenue can inspire our nation with the beauty of the adoption option,” Braun said.
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