New film about young love thwarted by Immigration issues

January 24, 2011 § Leave a comment

Like Crazy, viewed at Sundance, charts the relationship between Jacob (Anton Yelchin) and Anna (Felicity Jones). The two meet while in college in Los Angeles and fall in love and then the film’s major conflict arises: Anna has to go back to England before her student visa expires. However, because the two are so in love, they decide that bucking U.S. immigration law isn’t that big of a deal. Anna returns to England for a wedding, but when she tries to re-enter the U.S., she discovers that the U.S. Immigration is determined to stop terrorists, halt illegal immigrants, and kill burgeoning romances. Anna and Jacob are then forced to confront how to continue to their relationship despite being an ocean apart. (excerpts from collider)

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