Undocumented Unafraid

Runtime : 95 mins

Genre : Documentary

Vote Rating : 10/10

Plot : On the brink of social collapse, the city of Los Angeles is full of protests in favor of immigrants and against deportations under the administration of Trump. On the border with Mexico, thousands of people try to cross every day.

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