Review: Broolyn, 2015, dir. John Crowley

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“America is having a renewed—but frankly disappointing—dialogue on the subject of immigration in 2015. Our great country doesn’t exactly have a pristine record when it comes to welcoming émigrés, of course, and so the undercurrent of angry paranoia voiced in that dialogue is neither new, nor especially surprising. It is, however, counterintuitive: The U.S. is an immigrant nation, built by foreigners who left their homes to land upon her shores and share in the wealth of opportunity.” (Via Paste Magazine.)

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