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Foreigners. Immigrants. Refugees. The "other".
Being an outsider in a new place is never easy. Forced out by adverse circumstances or new arrivals in search of something better, these "strangers" permeate film as archetypes and never-ending case-studies for the human condition and representatives of cultural differences. The following films encapsulate these trials and tribulations. (This is in progress - will add more over time.)