The independent film COLLISIONS about the devastating impact of U.S. immigration policy on one family when the mother is detained by ICE opens in theaters in October 2019.
NAME OF FILM: COLLISIONS
DIRECTOR(S): Richard Levien
STARRING: Jesse Garcia, Izabella Alvarez, Ana de la Reguera
GENRE: Drama Film
SYNOPSIS: Collisions reveals the devastating impact of U.S. immigration policy on one family, when the mother is detained by immigration police. Twelve-year-old Itan’s promising life in San Francisco is turned upside down when she comes home from school, with her younger brother, to find her apartment ransacked and her mother missing. Suddenly she must rely on her estranged uncle, a big rig truck driver. Itan manipulates him into taking them across the country in his truck, trying to find her mother and stop her deportation.
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