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3 Américas (2007)

Not Rated | | Drama | 11 October 2007 (USA)
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When tragedy strikes, 16 year old, América Campos is sent to Argentina to live with her anti-American grandmother Lucía América. América struggles to find her place with a grandmother she ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Gilberto Arribas Gilberto Arribas ... Joey
Daniel Bravo Daniel Bravo ... School Administrator
Martin Campero Martin Campero ... El Cartonero
Gregory Carroll Gregory Carroll ... Teen at Party
Ana María Colombo Ana María Colombo ... Lucia
Kristen Gonzalez ... América
Rose Gonzalez Rose Gonzalez ... Grocery Store Clerk
Tyshanda Hasberry Tyshanda Hasberry ... Kathy
Jennifer Lazea Jennifer Lazea ... Ruby
Nicolás Meradi Nicolás Meradi ... Sergio
Gy Mirano Gy Mirano ... Carolina
Eleanor Monahan Eleanor Monahan ... Melinda
Nora Strauss Nora Strauss ... Dance Hall Waitress
Jaime Sánchez ... Henry
Luciano Viale Luciano Viale ... Doctor
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When tragedy strikes, 16 year old, América Campos is sent to Argentina to live with her anti-American grandmother Lucía América. América struggles to find her place with a grandmother she has never known and to hold onto a friendship with Sergio, a neighbor twice her age. Written by Wild Wimmin Films

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USA | Argentina

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English | Spanish

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11 October 2007 (USA) See more »

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Boston, Massachusetts, USA See more »

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Realistic & Touching Drama
12 July 2010 | by jimithing309See all my reviews

This is a truly well-made and heartfelt film about a girl growing up in difficult circumstances. There are quite a few films that cover the subject matter, but very few manage to capture it with as much emotion, sincerity and realism as this once does. I can't understand why films like this one are never given the attention they rightfully deserve--films that have something to say and know how to say them, refusing to compromise their integrity or pander to sensationalism--while cinemas are overflowing with dime-a-dozen films that are either remakes or retreads of other movies that were not very good in the first place. In the .22 caliber world of film-making that we currently live in, movies like "3 Americas" are like a .357 magnum.


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