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Do you know what it feels like to have your dream taken away?
If you were given an opportunity to provide a better life for your family, would you do it?
How far would you go to fight for your loved ones?
Four, attempts to provide a cleareyed, detailed lens for a subject many people see only as a headline. Turning a polarizing policy debate into a discussion about people, asking questions about our “American” identity — what that means, and who should be allowed to claim it. We want it to activate
someone to mobilize themselves and to work toward creating change and sparking awareness.
A metaphorical approach to forced relocation and casting away of powerful dreams using a locket. Deportation can occur in a moment’s notice and disrupt lives of residents contributing to our society. We see through the lens of a young woman remembering her personal loss through a string of disturbing visuals. These memories are triggered by the memories of a locket gifted by her mother.
Stretching out climactic moments through tactile visuals. Macro shots cut back and forth between past memories of her mother to her present suffering. Moments lead to the feeling of anticipation and leave the audience to understand the narrative for themselves.