Missing in Brooks County

Director: Jeff Bemiss, Lisa Molomot Run Time: 82 min. Rating: Not Rated

 Two families arrive in Brooks County, Texas to look for their loved ones who went missing after  crossing into the country from Mexico. On their search they meet vigilante ranchers, human smugglers,  humanitarian activists, and Border Patrol agents, all of whom are locked in a proxy version of the national  immigration debate. They also discover a sobering truth: the deadliest part of the journey was far from the  border. A gripping investigative documentary, Missing in Brooks County is a portrait of a place that confronts the  life-and-death consequences of a broken immigration system. 

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