Not many films have the power to change how one sees other people, but this remarkable anthology of loosely connected shorts from writer-director David Riker just might. Riker offers four snapshots of Latin American immigrant life in New York City, each reflecting a profound sense of dislocation and powerlessness. In "Bricks," a group of "illegal" day laborers are taken to a demolished building where they're left to clean and stack bricks. After a serious accident, they realize their awful predicament: They don't know where they are. "Home" follows Francisco
(Cipriano Garcia), a young Mexican man, on his first day in New York as he searches for his uncle. He wanders...