Sunday, October 18, 2020
America's Forgotten is a controversial film released on the eve of the 2020 election that looks at "illegal immigration." Expect President Trump and Vice President Pence to mention the film in the closing weeks of the campaign.
Paul Bond for Newsweek describes the film as "a documentary that explores death, torture and hardship surrounding illegal immigration in the U.S., a topic so sensitive that the film contains the following disclaimer: `Due to the possible political backlash all credits have been voluntarily withheld by the crew of this film.'"
Namrata Singh Gujral made America's Forgotten. As described by Newsweek, she "is an actor-director who mostly makes narrative, campy Bollywood films that perform well in India, and also made 1 a Minute, a documentary about surviving cancer that stars Olivia Newton-John, Jaclyn Smith, Melissa Etheridge, Kelly McGillis and other famous survivors."
Fox News, not surprisingly, positively features the film.