Religion | 1950 | Sound | B/W
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A Filipino widow and her 8-year-old son move into a new town and find difficulty in gaining acceptance from their neighbours due to racism 1950's
Joe Turner, a newspaper reporter, expresses his feeling that the whole town would be better off if all 'foreigners' stayed where they came from. The Christian attitude toward this problem is exemplified by 9-year-old Freddie Fisher who befriends Alverus Lamino, and by Carl Fisher, who reminds Joe Turner that in God's sight there is no such thing as a foreigner and that Christ died for all men regardless of race or colour tackling racist attitudes.
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