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By Sabrina McFarland, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

International journalists report on job realities; language.

Movie NR 2022 89 minutes
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Directed by Oscar nominees Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady (Jesus Camp), this documentary vividly depicts the oftentimes vulnerable occupational hazards of being a journalist. "Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries ... you're at risk the moment you walk out the door," says Sáshenka Gutiérrez, a photographer for EFE News Agency in Mexico City in Endangered. Such events, however, don't dissuade Gutiérrez. "When I was little, my mom taught me not to be afraid to tell the truth."

For dad Carl Juste, a Miami Herald photographer for three decades, involvement in the news business is rooted in a family tradition. His late father, Viter Juste, a Haitian-born activist and businessman, watched news programs with him. "That's the legacy," remembers Juste, "he's left for me." And like the film, Endangered aspires to share a similar and objective provision with its viewers.

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