SCOTTSDALE, AZ - A documentary showcasing Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his stance on immigration premiered in a Scottsdale theater Friday.
'Two Americans' showcases two different perspectives on the immigration issue.
One side depicts the struggles and stance of Arpaio.
The other side shows what happens to a family when parents of children who are citizens are deported.
One of the film's directors, Valeria Fernandez, has spent years covering immigration as a journalist.
For the past four years, she's been documenting immigration and a family's struggle to stay together.
The film is available to watch at the Harkins Theater 14 on Shea in Scottsdale. It will be playing until November 1.
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