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Rated PG-13 · 103 minutes · 2008

Drama
An uptight university professor (character acting stalwart Richard Jenkins) finds a pair of illegal immigrants squatting in his New York City apartment, but instead of chasing them he lets them stay. The resulting whole-world secular epiphany is made tolerable — even heartwarming — by the playing of Jenkins, Haaz Sleiman (as a Syrian drummer), Danai Gurira (his Senegalese girlfriend), and Hiam Abbass (the drummer’s mother). And don’t forget the drums. Written and directed neatly by Tom McCarthy (The Station Agent) (108 min.).
Official Site: www.thevisitorfilm.com
Director: Tom McCarthy
Producer: Mary Jane Skalski, Michael London, Omar Amanat, Jeff Skoll, Ricky Strauss and Chris Salvaterra
Cast: Richard Jenkins, Hiam Abbass, Haaz Sleiman, Danai Gurira, Maggie Moore, Waleed Zuaiter, Amir Arison, Tzahi Moskovitz and Laith Nakli

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