The Unfamiliar is a wonderful animated movie that will surely touch your heart. A film that's about the search for identity, a love story, and most of all about family and friendship, this one is a must-see.
It's set in the United States during the 1950s. After World War II ended, the US government decided to grant citizenship to Japanese Americans, which in turn led to a wave of immigration to America. The Japanese had built a prosperous society and their population was growing every year.
But by 1960, things weren't going so well in the United States. And since it was the Cold War, there were a lot of issues going on. And in response, the government began to close down as many of the Japanese American organizations as they could.
Then a few years later, a few families managed to sneak into the United States to escape the discrimination and the cold weather. But after they arrived here, they discovered that they could not be treated as normal citizens until they proved their identity. They were asked to take a written test and they found out that they had very little knowledge about the United States. So naturally, they were nervous, and they didn't want to take the test because they didn't want to embarrass themselves.
They quickly found out that they weren't well-liked and that the US government wanted to expel them. That's why the Unfamiliar was created.
The Unfamiliar is about the children who escaped the fear of rejection and who now have to deal with the problems of prejudice. We learn about their family's past and about the difficulties they had in their childhood. The film is about how they managed to survive and find happiness in their own homes.
Some critics believe that the movie is about the US government and immigration restrictions that the government imposed on Japanese Americans. The government wanted to make sure that the immigrants couldn't just take over the country and take over the government and its resources. However, that hasn't been proven yet.
The Unfamiliar is very much about the problems that families have to face when they are forced to leave their homeland to go somewhere else. And how they try to adjust to the different culture, life, their language, and traditions.
The Unfamiliar is about the true stories of two young families that had to leave home. for one reason or another. The first one was forced to leave because of immigration laws that didn't allow their family to be reunited, while the second family was displaced because of the Second World War. It's a story of friendship and family that is impossible to forget.