The iconic Friendship Park, at the border between San Diego and Tijuana, is one of the only places in the world where people in the U.S. and Mexico can see and speak to each other. In 1971, only a thin piece of barbed wire separated the two countries. Today, a pair of massive metal walls stretches into the ocean. Eleonore Hamelin's seven-minute documentary explores the park's past, present, and future.
Watch the video here.