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The new feature film “Sin Nombre” (Spanish for “unnamed”), provides a unique window on transnational immigration. The film follows two young people bound for the U.S. as they stow away on top of a hazardous freight train. Filmmaker Cary Joji Fukunaga joins us to discuss his feature-length debut, and his research, which took him from prisons to shelters to the tops of moving trains.
- Cary Joji Fukunaga Writer and Director, "Sin Nombre"
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