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Farmingville: Filmmaker Interview

  • Aired: 07/22/2004
  • 02:31
  • Rating: NR
Filmmakers Catherine Tambini and Carlos Sandoval talk about how Farmingville, their film about immigrants on Long Island, is about the making of America. Sandoval explains that he was surprised by the amount of hate that is already out there against Latinos.
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Filmmakers of Farmingville say that the film is really the story of the making of America
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