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This film will stay with you for a very long time.
We see every different aspect and result of the journey within "Which Way Home," and this completeness to the story really distinguishes the film.
A very effective documentary in many ways and the film makers should be congratulated for their ability to share the child's perspective.
I bought this movie to show to students in my high school Spanish classes. It holds their attention and provides an entry for a discussion about the content and culture.Published 3 days ago by Amazonite
This is a heartbreaking documentary. It is real. It is not a film that preaches for or against immigration - it simply shows who comes, what they do to get to the USA, and what... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lisa S.
A little over-dramatized, but insightful. Gives a hint of how parasites feed off of the innocent at the border towns.Published 2 months ago by Ralph Amber
It's a good documentary with good questions for the people being interviewed. It raised my awareness level of this immigration issue. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very helpful to professors teaching immigration law. The voices of the children come through strongly. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lenni B. Benson
An excellent documentary of selected children's journeys from Latin America to the United States. Displays deeper issues of emotional instability, family hurts, and a real (not... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stephen A. Pink
This movie was a disappointment. I cannot show in class bc too much smoking filmed by 12 yr old+ kids. I know it's the reality but I don't think appropriate. Read morePublished 7 months ago by PBMonkey
Great movie to bring to life what people are going through and why they will royal their lives to come to the US. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jenna
Eye opening and heart breaking. There must be another way to deal with children and immigration. As a parent, I cannot imagine my child in this situation.Published 9 months ago by doxieluvr