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During a scene in which Jennifer Lopez's character, Adrienne Morgan, is speaking to her boss, George Morgan, played by Martin Sheen, she says: "I've been running away from who I am my whole life, because you dont want to be Mexican, not in this country." This is interesting because, she is saying these lines to Martin Sheen, Who's real name is Ramon Antonio Gerardo Estevez, and he adopted the screen name "Martin Sheen" in order to get acting jobs because of opposition he experienced trying to use his birth name given to him by his immigrant parents. One can imagine that the emotions his character displayed might have actually been real since her words were relevant to the actors real life experiences. See more »
This was a great movie....... I am from El Paso Texas and these killings have been happening approx. since 2003 and this movie really needed to be made so that people can realize that it is happening in my sister city. El Paso and Juarez are in different countries, but they both join into one. So this problem is not only Mexico's, but it is also a problem that the US experiences. The only reason that this movie is not a 10 is because is did have a bit too much drama... but we have to remember all the hell that this movie got not only from Mexican officials, but from Hollywood. So i give mad props to JLo, Antonio, & to everyone who produced/ contributed to this film.
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