Aged eight to 20, living in France and Belgium, children tell about their conception, their family life, the way others look at them and their vision of the future. Some of them denounce the harshness of the adults ‘gaze, others talk about their rights and their relationship with the donor. Filmed at child level, the exchanges are lively, instructive and intense. What is normality? How do others look at them? Is a relationship with a surrogate mother possible? What does the potential absence of a father mean to them? How do they view their donor? What is a family to them?