Watch LET ME IN starring Alicia Keys.
There are more refugees in the world today than at any point in history. And half of them are children. LET ME IN is a cinematic experience which reimagines the refugee crisis as if it was happening on America’s shores. Written and directed by Jonathan Olinger, this tale of survival and the remarkable power of the human spirit is inspired by the stories of real refugees. Starring Alicia Keys, the film follows her and her family’s quest to survive after they experience unimaginable violence and embark on a journey that will forever change them. Along with thousands of Americans fleeing the conflict in Los Angeles, they must seek safety by attempting to cross the border into Mexico. Guided by their resolute love for each other and utter determination, the refugee family must navigate oceans and desserts in their unrelenting pursuit to find refuge and reunite.
- What would you do? Where would you go?
- Right now, do you turn way from suffering? Is this “too political” for your taste?
We Are Here and HUMAN present LET ME IN, a Jonathan Olinger film, produced by Mike Peay alongside Chelsea Franklin and Hannah Roodman. The film introduces Naliyah Vega alongside Ricardo Martin. The film’s executive producers are Leigh Blake, Alicia Keys and Erika Rose Santoro. The film’s soundtrack is a new song, “Hallelujah,” off Alicia Keys’ upcoming album to be released later this summer.
Sign the pledge to stand as one with people forced to flee conflict and disaster: http://weareheremovement.com/let-me-in/ or text “Let Me In” to 80077.
About We Are Here Movement
We Are Here Movement was founded in 2014 to empower people around a host of issues Alicia Keys cares about. They take the guesswork out of where and how to give through a curated coalition of organizations, causes and campaigns to provide the public with one-stop shopping to change the world.
HUMAN is a global media platform that works with artists, causes and companies to create stories and experiences that connect humanity.
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