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092    973.046 L722 
245 00 Life on the line|h[dvd] :|bcoming of age between nations /
       |ca film by Jen Gilomen & Sally Rubin ; produced by Sally 
       Rubin & Jen Gilomen 
246 3  Coming of age between nations 
257    United States|2naf 
264  1 New York :|bNew Day Films,|c[2014] 
300    1 videodisc (26:40 min.) :|bsound, color ;|c4 3/4 in 
336    two-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent 
337    video|bv|2rdamedia 
338    videodisc|bvd|2rdacarrier 
346    |bNTSC|2rda 
347    video file|bDVD video|eregion 1|2rda 
380    Motion pictures|2lcgft 
500    Closed captioned in English 
500    "As seen on PBS"--Container 
500    Originally produced in 2014; copyright held by Fine Line 
       Films. Broadcast on PBS Sept. 2014, presented by Eight 
       Arizona PBS (KAET) in Phoenix 
508    Cinematography, Jen Gilomen ; editing, Sally Rubin ; music
       and animation, Jason Cirimele 
511 1  Kimberly Torrez, Vanessa Torrez, Rick Torrez 
520    " After fourteen years of living undocumented in the U.S.,
       Vanessa Torrez crossed into Mexico when visiting her dying
       mother, and as the only family member without U.S. 
       citizenship, was not allowed to return to her family in 
       the U.S. So the Torrez family left everything behind and 
       moved to Nogales, Sonora, committed to remaining together.
       Now, while the family lives in a dilapidated public 
       housing compound at a dangerous border crossing, Kimberly 
       must cross the border daily on foot to go to school in the
       U.S. Meanwhile, her father, Rick, finds himself unemployed,
       stricken with Hepatitis C, and in dire need of a liver 
       transplant. Vanessa travels to Juarez to obtain the visa 
       that will allow her to live in the U.S. with her children 
       if her husband dies. Told through the eyes of adolescent 
       Kimberly over the year in which her family is forced to 
       straddle two countries, Life on the Line offers an 
       intimate story from a quintessentially American place, 
       illuminating the changing face of America and the impact 
       of our immigration policies through the story of one girl 
       and her family"--|cFilm website|u
538    DVD-R, NTSC 
546    In Spanish and English with English subtitles  
650  0 Immigrants|zUnited States|xSocial conditions 
651  0 Mexican-American Border Region|xEmigration and immigration
651  0 Mexican-American Border Region|xSocial conditions 
655  7 Nonfiction films.|2lcgft 
655  7 Documentary films.|2lcgft 
655  7 Video recordings for the hearing impaired.|2lcgft 
690    DVD videodiscs 
700 1  Gilomen, Jennifer,|efilm producer,|efilm director 
700 1  Rubin, Sally,|efilm producer,|efilm director 
710 2  Fine Line Films,|eproduction company 
710 2  KAET-TV (Television station : Tempe, Ariz.),|epresenter 
710 2  New Day Films,|efilm distributor 
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