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A thoughtful, old-school documentary.
Farmingville doggedly taps into the larger forces at work, including government disregard of an escalating problem, and offers only the smallest glimmer of hope that the two sides can work things out through ingenuity and compromise.
The documentary Farmingville explores questions about hatred, tolerance and the future of labor and immigration law in America.
With the intervening events of 9/11 and the Patriot Act, the subject of what happened in Farmingville - and what would have happened, had it happened now -- are more relevant than ever.
Sincere but unexceptional docu.
Sandoval and Tambini's timid document attends mostly to a handful of loudmouths and moments of local legislation.
A stirring documentary.
This searing documentary argues against the use of near-slave level migrant labor, implying that the United States' economy would collapse without it.
Illuminating and alarming.
A film that is as complex as the issue it tackles.
It's fun to watch the increasingly delusional loudmouth hausfraus wrap themselves in a big pre-9/11 flag while they complain about being unable to let their kids go outside.
Hate crimes, racial tensions, economic strife, illegal immigration, and the preservation of white neighborhoods are familiar issues in this nation, but the crux of the documentary Farmingville is where these issues play out.
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