Los Ocho (2015)
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Starring Mexican Actress Lorena Rojas Los Ocho, is a short film inspired by the original 8 senators who set out to pass one of the biggest Immigration reforms in the history of the USA This project began with one purpose, and its message multiplied within a community of artists who all donated their time to give a voice to more than 11 million undocumented immigrants who reside in the USA today. Director, producers and celebrities on this short film all collaborated with one goal in mind, one voice which screamed louder and louder as production began. To many people, immigration Reform is a complicated law, to many more, immigration reform is a miracle and the only hope they have to survive.
A simple encounter magically marked by the number 8 unites a group of people who happen to be riding a bus in the City of Miami. It is morning time, when Carlos, a Bus driver, encounters a crowd celebrating on the street in the middle of his route. All of a sudden we realize the passengers are no longer strangers. They share the desire of seeing their loved ones, the struggle for a life with equity, the hope for a better future as they celebrate with more than eleven million people the passage of a miracle called Immigration Reform.
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