HBO Documents Child Migrants In 'Which Way Home'

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Boxcar Limited: Migrant children Fito, Jairo and Kevin ride atop a freight train as they make their way toward the United States. Mr. Mudd Productions/HBO hide caption

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W: Migrant children Fito, Jairo and Kevin ride atop a freight train

Boxcar Limited: Migrant children Fito, Jairo and Kevin ride atop a freight train as they make their way toward the United States.

Mr. Mudd Productions/HBO

Filmmaker Rebecca Cammisa's new documentary, Which Way Home, follows child migrants as they leave their families behind and follow a perilous trail, train-hopping and hiking their way across the U.S.-Mexico border. Cammisa talked to Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep about why she made the film — and what she learned.

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