Re: [Videolib] Clips on trafficking

From: Brigid Duffy <bduffy@sfsu.edu>
Date: Thu Aug 13 2009 - 16:34:04 PDT

The opening scene of "Men in Black" is about coyotes smuggling
illegals in the back of a van. One of them turns out to be a very
illegal alien...

Brigid Duffy
Academic Technology
San Francisco State University
San Francisco, CA 94132-4200
E-mail: bduffy@sfsu.edu

On Aug 13, 2009, at 2:38 PM, John Streepy wrote:

> Curious, do you mean people being shoved up against the back of a
> van or traffic so awful that it causes one vehicle to strike the
> back of a van? Or some third option I maybe not thinking of?
> jhs
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> >>> "Merle J. Slyhoff" <mslyhoff@law.upenn.edu> 8/13/2009 12:46 PM >>>
> Hi. Iím looking for movies or tv shows that have a very specific
> scene in them - scenes of people being trafficked jammed into the
> back of a van or truck. Iíve been searching and have come up with
> Crash and El Traffico. Since this particular piece of the film is
> probably not picked up in a summary, itís proving difficult. Iím
> hoping my learned colleagues will know some possibilities. Thanks
> in advance for your help.
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