An attempted murder of two illegal immigrants in a small Long Island suburban sparked a massive public outcry and catapulted the sleepy town into the national spotlight. Filmmakers Carlos Sandoval and Catherine Tambini paint a remarkable picture of ithe role llegal laborers in today's society in this poignant documentary that won the Special Jury Prize as the 2004 Sundance Film Festival. 2004/color/78 min/NR/Stereo.
Director: Carlos Sandoval
Director: Catherine Tambini