A car full of young adults in their early 20s likely conjures images of fun-loving and jovial moments. Favorite songs blaring, sunglasses within reach, mini dance parties in the back row — typical, young Americans.
Indivisible, which screened at Cinemapolis June 22, took this familiar image and applied it to the context of Dreamers: young adults who came to the United States as children and are still undocumented, despite living nearly their entire lives in the country.
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The film opens with that car full of young adults on a roadtrip to the U.S.-Mexican border. Evelyn, Renata and Antonio are traveling to see their mothers for the first time in almost a decade. Their mothers were deported back to their home countries (Colombia, Brazil and Mexico,
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