Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, Farmingville is a timely, provocative, and emotionally charged look into the ongoing nationwide controversy surrounding a Long Island, NY suburban community, its ever-expanding population of illegal immigrants, and the shocking hate-based attempted murders of two Mexican day laborers. Sharply directed with great intimacy by co-producers Carlos Sandoval and Catherine Tamblni, both of whom moved to Farmingville after the tumultuous clash catapulted the town into national headlines, Farmingville is an endlessly enthralling glimpse into one of the most divisive and hotly debated issues in American today.
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- 137 x 191 x 18mm | 113g
- 26 Sep 2006
- A & E Home Video
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