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The Gentleman Don La Mancha -- On one side, a group of vigilante ranchers dead-set on capturing illegal border crossers.  The other, an elementary school history teacher obsessed with America's revolutionary past.  This modern day Don Quixote rides toward an inevitable conflict and a d

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A modern day fable, based on the classic Don Quixote, set in a small town on the Texas-Mexican border... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Extremely relevant piece dealing with the touchy subject of immigration See more (1 total) »

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Jessica Amstone ... School Kid

Alex Black ... TJ
Brad Gooding ... Mayor

Paul Grace ... Rancher
Bill Hagy ... Rancher

Jeff Harman ... Deputy

Travis Johns ... Socks

Eloy Méndez ... Sancho (as Eloy Mendez)

Stephen Niedringhaus ... Haus
Joe Allen Price ... Grandpa
Dean Schwartz ... Gas attendant

Pedro Shanahan ... Don La Mancha
Ed Smaron ... Jimmy Jack

Billy St. John ... Sheriff

Clay Stapleford ... Rancher
Elizabeth Tatus ... Miss Austin
Kelcie Tolan ... Young girl

Bernardo Verdugo ... Bernardo
Randall Wulff ... Rancher

Directed by
Ted Roach 
 
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Ted Roach 

Produced by
Eliot Preschutti .... producer
Ted Roach .... producer
 
Original Music by
Brandon Moore 
 
Cinematography by
Santiago Barreiro 
 
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Ted Roach 
 
Production Design by
Heather Chase 
 
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Neil Daly .... first assistant director
Jared Hoy .... second second assistant director
 
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Eric Rodriguez .... sound effects editor
 
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Tiago Mesquita .... cinematographer: second unit
Tiago Mesquita .... first assistant camera
Fito Pardo .... assistant camera (as Adolfo Pardo)
 
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Joshua Godoy .... scoring crew
Lindsay Moore .... scoring crew
 

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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Extremely relevant piece dealing with the touchy subject of immigration, 16 May 2006
Author: deeman1971 from United States

This movie, a film by Ted Roach, was made a few years ago as a Student film. I had the pleasure of seeing this film when it came out, and was taken back by the movie as a whole. Production is first rate, and it has a good screenplay, which is a modern day variation on the tale of Don Quixote. It revolves around the relationship between TJ, and his Teacher, Don La Mancha. Bigotry is not only the Norm in the small border town where they live, but it is the Law. Ranchers are rounding up immigrants, and detaining them in illegal jails against their wills. Only one man stands up for the rights of these people coming to America to start a better life. You guessed it: Don La Mancha. There are extremely good performances for Alex Black (TJ) and Pedro Shanahan (Don La Mancha). I highly recommended movie, not only for entertainment value, but for teaching us good values, and reminding us about why America was founded. The music is excellent also.

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