Immigrant Filmmaker Learns the Magnitude of Illegal Immigration Problem
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October 18 was a big media day for documentary filmmaker Namrata Singh Gujral, an immigrant to the United States who now thinks that open borders may not be a great idea.

Her film got a front-page treatment from the Washington Times, with an article titled ‘America’s Forgotten’: Democrat director discovers horrors of illegal immigration while making film.

A Breitbart piece included a short clip from the documentary with a smuggler hawking America’s available free stuff to potential customers: Watch: Documentary Shows Coyotes Using Democrat Debate Footage to Recruit Illegal Border Crossers

Gujral started her film with the intention that it was going to be pro-illegal alien, but the specifics of several cases convinced her that too much suffering and death was the real result — both from disastrous illegal border crossings and preventable crimes of unlawful aliens.

Following is the film trailer:

An interview with Elizabeth MacDonald on Fox Business provided more detail, where Gujral noted, “Most of the people that are coming in are coming in for what we call in the film a ‘lifestyle upgrade’—a lot of them spending $75,000 per person, $50,000 per person—these are not people that are poor.”

The film is available for streaming at

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