Has anyone heard about this documentary? It's called "Stuck," and is about the slow pace of international adoptions in the last several years, and some of the reasons behind the delays. It won't debut for the public until November, but it premiered at Michael Moore's Traverse City film festival on August 3.
One statistic that floored me was that since 2006, international adoptions in the U.S. have decreased 60%. That year, there were over 22,000 children welcomed home from other countries -- while in 2011, there were just over 9,000. It is so frustrating to know so many parents are waiting, and know that literally millions of children are waiting, and then see a statistic like that.
Here's a link to an article about the film: