It’s been almost 10 years since the release of Border Film, a film by the award-winning filmmaker David Fincher that explores the border between Mexico and the United States.
Finche’s new film, which is being presented at the Sundance Film Festival, takes a look at what it’s like to be an undocumented immigrant and is now in theaters across the country.
In this interview with MTV News, Finchel explains why he’s excited to see this film and what it has to offer the immigrant community.
In 2012, David Facchel and his wife, Lisa, moved to the United Kingdom to escape the Mexican border and to begin a new life.
Facche said his intention was to make a film that was about his own life, and that the border film is part of that.
Fond of being able to tell a story and tell a narrative that was true to the moment, but also to the country, he said.
He said he felt that if I was making a film about the border, I should be making it about something else, something more profound.
The idea was that if we could make the story of the border and the journey and the story, what would the film be about?
I’m not sure what the story is, but it is about an undocumented person, and he’s going through some of the most difficult things that we are in this country.
It’s also about a border film about a Mexican woman, and what happens when we try to talk about it in a film.
We’re going to talk to her and ask her questions and she’s going to give us answers and she’ll tell us how she got to be where she is.
We are going to be in a country that is not necessarily hospitable for undocumented people.
But, we also want to be able to show how it happens and what’s going on.
And I think what you’ll see is a documentary that is very sensitive to the experience of a Mexican immigrant, and I think you’ll be really surprised by what it is that we do, what we do for ourselves, what our values are and what our priorities are.
The border film examines the border with the United Nations, the United State and Mexico, which border agents say has become more dangerous since the election of Donald Trump as president.
In the film, a Mexican man named Miguel, played by Mexican actor Fernando González, discusses his feelings after the election, the border patrol and the border wall.
The film, made in Mexico, has received positive reviews, but critics are not convinced that it is an accurate portrayal of the situation.
In a review in The New York Times, one reviewer described the film as “a deeply disturbing depiction of the reality of the Mexican American border, where the most vulnerable in Mexico’s population have been exploited for years by a corrupt and violent Mexican government that has systematically targeted them and has no interest in improving the situation for the country’s most vulnerable,” according to The Los Angeles Times.
The film has been compared to the Oscar-winning documentary, “The Home,” which was about the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
The movie, which earned five Oscars, was about a community struggling to cope with the loss of loved ones and the effects of the disaster.
The Facches have had a difficult time in the United Nation’s Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Last year, they were forced to close their restaurant in Brooklyn, New York, in protest over the government’s refusal to take action against undocumented immigrants, The New Yorker reported.
The Facchers’ decision to open their restaurant was later reversed, but the government continues to hold their restaurant hostage.