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European migration crisis gets super-power treatment in Cannes

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A Syrian refugee is gunned down by border police but instead of dying he finds he can fly, in “Jupiter’s Moon”, a film about the European migration crisis that baffled audiences at the Cannes Film Festival. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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2 thoughts on “European migration crisis gets super-power treatment in Cannes

  1. psychic migrants, just what EU needs, like they don’t have enough of normal migrant garbage.

  2. This is an Islamic invasion. Hungary and Poland have leaders that have not utterly betrayed their nation and people. I hope to see Merkle and the other European traitorous politicians hang.

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