Three friends, two young men and a young woman, are bored by the normal world of their parents and want to flee in order to start living somewhere else. Thus they make a pervert plan: rob ... See full summary »
Residents of an enclosed neighborhood in the middle of Mexico DF are shocked by a violent crime, and for one resident in particular, young Alejandro, the drama is ratcheted up when he encounters the lone kid who escaped the event and is hiding out within the neighborhood's borders.
Daniel Giménez Cacho,
wonderful short film documentary with xavier bardem as narrator
I have been pleading the Saharawi peoples cause for many years now and bardem does it too succinctly..............also showing on camera actual real speak how bad things reallyare for these abandoned people who are suffering and want to be free......just like you and me....the film examines the politics and the hows whys wherefores things became so bad and so I will leave you to watch the film and begin taking up the cause of the sufferers who need everday folk to not forget them and tell the world why and how they're suffering .I met many of them in morocco especially southern morocco Agadir...also Algeria in Algiers.I was very impressed with their way of life how humble they are and the stories of violence from Moroccan police and SURETE NATIONALE horrendous abuses attempts to break their spirits............bardem tells the story just listen and enjoy what is 81 minutes of really interesting history.
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