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I disagree with you about the accents matter.
There are some people born elsewhere who live in USA, whether because they go to school in the States, have family there, have found a better job. Of course they would not speak English with a Yankee accent unless perhaps they acquired it after many years. One need not assume that any and all characters in a film set in the USA are American nationals. Or, that an explanation in the story is needed to tell the audience where any "foreign" sounding character is from. The USA is a cosmopolis.
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