The Infiltrators



IMDb Rating 5.5 10 61


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May 11, 2020


Chelsea Rendon as Viridiana
Eddie Martinez as Prieto
Juan Gabriel Pareja as Beni Moran
Vik Sahay as Ashan
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843.96 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
95 min
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1.53 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
95 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by GeorgeWHAMMYBush 1 / 10 / 10

Absolute propaganda trash

This is the kind of thing Hitler would be proud of. Outright fabrications and mixing actors in with "real life" people. So just a bunch of people reading from a script and pretending it's a depiction of real life. This insane narrative is what's causing real world issues. Justification of illegally entering a sovereign nation by creating the illusion of both running from something dire while striving to contribute to a new society when in fact its just opportunists trying to scam a system and destroy a nation. It's intolerable that this propaganda trash is given any sort of legitimate release or audience. This kind of thing should be as illegal as the subjects of this movie are. At some point globalist money fed this pig. There is no such thing as a "dreamer" or an "undocumented migrant". This complete trash can't even edit and manipulate the flecks of reality they used to make it seem bad. I watched this and laughed at how stunned these idiots will be when the deportations start.

Reviewed by st_stoimenov 8 / 10 / 10

the fact is...

The Americans love pointing out how "great" their nation is. "Our great nation", "this great nation", etc., etc. It is practically among the cliches embedded the deepest within the public speech in the U.S. But the fact is, a nation unable to secure its own borders, ISN'T A NATION AT ALL. Let alone a "great" one... It is not a matter of opinion or of an interpretation, it is a historical fact. So this film is yet another example of the Americans' boundless potential for self-sabotage

Reviewed by JustCuriosity 8 / 10 / 10

A Provocative Film about Immigration Detention

The Infiltrators was well-received at its regional premiere at Austin's SXSW Film Festival. It is a provocative film about the efforts of undocumented activists to infiltrate the Broward Detention Center in Florida. These young people have taken the audacious step of getting themselves arrested so they can get inside detention facility and try to assist those inside the facility to get released. I can't decide if they are brave or foolish, but most likely both. They document the conditions inside the facility for the film. Because they can't film inside much of what goes on inside is recreated docudrama-style using actors after the fact. It is melding of styles of documentary and feature filming. It is well-filmed and highly provocative in its description of the Kafkaesque world inside the detention facility. The film is enjoyable and informative. Some of the use of actors as well as the real individuals is quite confusing. The personal stories of the individual immigrants are heart wrenching. I was impressed that they challenge the prevalent stereotype that all undocumented individuals are Latinos by including undocumented individuals from Africa and Iran in the narrative. The film is recommended for anyone who wants to gain a better understanding of the intricacies of the immigration nightmare that we have created.

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