Netflix’s Immigration Nation Documentary Series Trailer & Key Art Released

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Netflix's Immigration Nation Documentary Series Trailer & Key Art Released

Netflix’s Immigration Nation Documentary Series Trailer & Key Art Released

Netflix has released the official trailer for their new original documentary series Immigration Nation, which you can check out in the player below along with the official key art!

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In the groundbreaking six-part documentary series Immigration Nation, acclaimed filmmaking team Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau (2017’s Trophy) offer an unprecedented look at the processes, pitfalls, and pain of immigration in America. Shot over the course of three years, Schwarz and Clusiau capture the daily workings of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents, activists, lawmakers, attorneys, and a wide swath of undocumented immigrants, from desperate recent arrivals to longtime residents to deported U.S. military combat veterans.

With an unrelenting flow of migrant workers continuing across the U.S. border, the pressure on ICE to enforce the administration’s zero-tolerance policies puts immigrants in the crosshairs. But how do we fix a system that seems beyond repair? How do we apply common sense to something that’s evolved from one of humanitarian concern to an us-versus-them political flashpoint? Has the story of America – the one that inspired our own immigrant relatives to risk death for a better life – been rewritten so broadly that the “land of the free” is a luxury afforded now only to a few?

As ineffective deterrence and militarized tactics continue, Immigration Nation provides an urgent, unbiased portrait of a country in crisis; one that demands unflinching attention and action.

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Immigration Nation is directed by executive producers Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau. Dan Cogan, Jenny Raskin, Brandon Hill, and Christian Thompson also serve as executive producers. The documentary series will launch on Monday, August 3.