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An inspiring and insightful 'Underwater Dreams'
An inspiring and insightful 'Underwater Dreams'

With the debate over America's unresolved immigration policies at fever pitch these days, the inspiring documentary "Underwater Dreams" makes for quite the timely entry. Writer-producer-director Mary Mazzio neatly recounts how a group of Mexican-born students from a beleaguered Arizona high school trumped opponents from the esteemed Massachusetts Institute of Technology in a 2004 underwater robotics contest sponsored by NASA and others. The filmmaker also presents a cogent case why, for the good of the United States and its future, Congress should pass the Dream Act and other pending immigration reforms. But it's the robotics competition and its life-changing...