Various stories and dreams intertwine in a group of Dominicans going in an illegal travel to Puerto Rico.

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Miguel Alcantara ...
El Guía
Sonia Alfonso
Carlos Alfredo ...
El Cabecilla (as Carlos Alfredo Fatule)
Fifi Almonte
Orestes Amador
Nashla Bogaert ...
Romelia
Miguel Bucarelly
Ramses Cairo ...
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Johnny
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Richard
Elvira Grullón
María Ligia Grullón
Rita García Grullón ...
Rosa
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Various stories and dreams intertwine in a group of Dominicans going in an illegal travel to Puerto Rico.

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15 June 2006 (Dominican Republic)  »

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The open sea scenes were filmed in an Olympic-size swimming pool with the use of green screen. See more »

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A journey not to be missed
9 November 2006 | by (Washington Heights, NY) – See all my reviews

"Viajeros" is a realistic picture of what Dominican immigrants go through when they decide to leave their country for a better life, even if it means risking their own lives in order to provide a better life for themselves and their loved ones.

The immigrants here are presented as regular everyday people, each with their own story and motive for making that choice of hopping into a "yola" or raft and risking their lives for a dream. The movie also shows how ruthless and cold-hearted the people involved in this business can be. The acting is not above average but good enough to portray the message it's trying to send. The movie has some graphic scenes that you may not want your young ones to see, and some heart wrenching moments. Very good effort from Dominican movie makers to portray the reality of thousands of Dominicans who have gone through this experience, many not making it out alive. My hat goes off to them.


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