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Film Review - Saint Judy


“Saint Judy” certainly has impressive timing. While it was in production, the conversation concerning illegal immigration exploded in the news, becoming a hot topic for those who genuinely care about the issue and those who live to exploit the situation for political gain. And now here comes the story of Judy Wood, an immigration lawyer who personally set out to challenge the system, helping those in unique situations of homeland pressure try for asylum, using her passion for the battle and courtroom practice to make a name for herself in Los Angeles and beyond. “Saint Judy” doesn’t come at the audience with balled-up fists, electing to be a bit more sensitive about those facing deportation, trying to submit the concept that actual lives are involved in such matters, with Judy working to clarify intent and infraction before final judgments are made. Read the rest at


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