Through The Wall
Government Politics and Policy • 5m 59s
A documentary short about a family divided by the US/Mexico border. Abril is living undocumented in the United States with her 2 year-old son Julian. Julian’s father was stopped by police for a minor traffic incident and was deported back to Mexico. In order to see each other, Uriel, Abril and Julian must cross difficult terrain to reach the border fence where they spend time together through the wall.
Directors: Tim Nackashi
Producers: Chelo Alvarez-Stehle, Tim Nackashi
2016 | 6 min
United States | Mexico
Languages: English, Spanish
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