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Third-generation Mexican teenagers Angie and Josh Navarro from Laguna Beach's upper class estates, are forced to move into their grandparent's house in the barrio. It is there they will decide to accept their uncovered Mexica (aka Aztec) culture and grab on to their lost roots, or continue to reject their culture as their parents have taught them. History shows that with time, an oppressed culture always regrows itself and prevails once more, but is it Angie and Josh's time to grow or are they destined for something more? Written by
Clint Nitkiewicz Hernandez