This is simultaneously one of the best films I've ever seen and an absolute horrible portrayal of everything I hate. Thanks.
So thing is, I rewatched this the other day with a friend... and there's one particular scene right at the beginning where a voiceover of Aunt Lucy says the following:
"You know, there was once a war
in the explorer's country.
Thousands of children
were sent away for safety,
left at railway stations
with labels around their necks,
and unknown families took them in
and loved them like their own.
They will not have forgotten
how to treat a stranger."
And it just really hit home, looking at the world right now.