In 1999 the United Nations arranged the resettlement of 26 refugees from the former Yugoslavia in Chile. This tautly paced 2001 documentary records the immigrants' initial delight at “eating all day and having a good time” and the onset of their disappointment at the lack of economic opportunity. After two years, 21 of the 26 have returned home, but directors Susana Foxley and Cristian Leighton don't provide enough cultural context for us to evaluate their complaints—many Americans share the lot of the truck driver who complains that he could be evicted if he lost his job because he doesn't own his home. Foxley will attend the screening. In English and subtitled Spanish and Serbian. 61 min.