“A collection of stunning interviews with immigrants who escaped socialism — now living their American Dream.  A NEW LIFE IN AMERICA takes a reality check of living under an authoritarian state, how it destroys families, and why the media covers it up.”

Many new immigrants to the US lived through hell in Venezuela.  Some escaped Maduro's dictatorship and now live in Farmington, a small town in Southern Missouri—the so-called "flyover country".  In this film, you'll meet a former Venezuelan Air Force pilot grappling with guilt and regret.  You'll meet two immigrant doctors struggling to keep their families together by any means possible.   You'll hear from a BLM organizer to give his take on the American Dream.  You'll meet an asylum seeker dealing with the nightmare of being kidnapped with her two young children.  And a teenage boy on a study abroad program as he struggles with whether to stay in the US or go back to Venezuela to fight for freedom with his friends—a powerful decision to make at age 18.  Socialism has dramatically changed all their lives.  So we ask—is a collective society, solely focused on protecting the collective, worth the freedom of the individual?  It always sounds so good—is it?

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