New Zealand filmmaker Alison Maclean (JESUS' SON) and former Rolling Stone
editor/screenwriter Tobias Perse's
spare, eye-opening documentary examines the argument that racial profiling and the indiscriminate curtailment of other people's freedom is but a small price to pay for "homeland security;" the inevitable conclusions are timely, heartbreaking and profound. In the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the price for that security is overwhelmingly being paid by law-abiding Arabs and Muslims within the United States whose immigrant status leaves them to blatant persecution by U.S. authorities. In a bare white room with a single window and a wooden bench, t...