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What’s it like to encounter your new country for the first time? For some refugees to the United States, it means a night in the strange nowhere land of an airport hotel, as shown in “Hotel U.S.A.,” this week’s new Op-Doc. Directed by Andrea Meller and Marisa Pearl, the film is a fascinating group portrait of families pausing to catch their breath on their way to new homes across the country.