Jacir

Tagline : From Aleppo to the Ghetto!

Runtime : 105 mins

Genre : Drama

Vote Rating : 6/10


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Plot : A glance at the divided U.S. political system through the eyes of a young Syrian refugee on the streets of Memphis, TN, as he faces the harsh realities of chasing the American dream.

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