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(334) 7.1 78 min 2018

Chola and Football are a couple of street dogs that live in the Los Reyes skatepark. A microcosm is organized around them, composed of things, animals and young adolescents in conflict with an adult world that they reject but are required to enter.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Iván Osnovikoff, Bettina Perut

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Friday, 22 Jan 2021 01:09

After the events of the first film, an entire society of immigrants is living in the open in the heart of the modern city of Los Angeles. With a general sense of fear and distrust, most of the people have chosen to live in the shadows and rarely ever venture out of their homes. They live on a tight budget and their main concern is the safety of their families. At first glance, the movie seems to be quite depressing. It starts off with a harrowing scene in which a family member is raped and murdered by a gang. This is followed by a scene of a kid playing soccer with his friends. After that, the movie goes into a more comedic style with the main character searching for his dead brother and eventually discovers that his brother was a kidnapper and that the gang that killed his brother was responsible for the rape and murder. The movie continues with a brief appearance by the mother of the missing boy, and a few moments of poignant dialogue between her and the victim's family. The movie is a little slow at times, but it still manages to maintain an emotional impact. While there are many negative things said about immigrants in the movie, the film does a good job of portraying the point of view of the people that live in the shadows. The film is very realistic, but does not go as far as it could have. The acting is also decent, but is nothing outstanding. The movie is a bit overlong, and has some flaws that are not entirely important. Still, it is a very good documentary about an important subject.
Tuesday, 22 Dec 2020 22:46

This is a documentary about the Yucaipa community. It focuses on the conditions they face as an American community in Yucaipa, Texas. It is a place that, as one of the people in the community, you can tell that they are in a constant battle to survive and be independent. The documentary features interviews with a wide variety of people, who are not just residents but also the businesses and leaders of the community. In many cases, the majority of the community is American and the people are mostly immigrants. The story that the film tells is really the story of how the community is trying to survive. The community is constantly fighting with the farmers who are trying to take over the land. There is even a standoff at a government building where a group of people are being held there for the duration of the standoff. The film is not just about survival but about the people and how they are trying to keep the community together. The documentary has a very strong sense of community and it is really impressive to see how well the community is doing. The documentary is really well made. There are a lot of interviews in the film that are really great. The film has a good amount of emotions in it. The movie really has an emotional impact on you. It is really interesting to see how the community is able to keep the community together despite everything that is going on. The film is really engaging and you can really see what the community is going through. Overall, this is a good documentary that is a really good look at what the Yucaipa community is going through. I really like the way the film is made. It is really well done and has a good amount of emotions in it.
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 04:52

This documentary is mostly about the two main characters, Vicente Laso and Tito Guerrero, whose name was changed to avoid legal troubles in their youth. Laso and Guerrero were part of a larger group of young Mexican drug dealers who went to the US after the Mexican Revolution, and then settled down in California, becoming successful in the drug trade. But Laso and Guerrero went further than their peers, becoming known for their violent and sadistic ways. They were captured and brought to trial in the US, where they were convicted, and executed. Their lawyers argued that their criminal activities were necessary in order to escape the violence of their own society, and that they had become a necessary part of the Mexican society, rather than a threat to it. In the course of their trial, they were given only five years in prison, but when they came out they were set free, and in their second trial, were given the death penalty. In a moment of inspiration, they set up their own drug cartel, and started making a killing at the same time. In the end, they were able to save their lives and their reputation by the intervention of a prison chaplain, but the hope was never lost. To make the film, the filmmakers visited prisons and prisons warden's offices, talking to inmates about the reasons for their crimes, and the film's subject, the drug cartels, is discussed. These guys, like any other gangsters, are a reflection of the vicious and brutal realities of Mexican society. The drug cartel is not just a product of the Mexican society. The people who make the money off of this drug are the same ones who exploit people in the rest of the country, and the people who make the money off of this violence are the same people who abuse the bodies of their own children. This film is an attempt to make sense of the tragedy of Laso and Guerrero, but it doesn't offer much in the way of solutions. I think that the film did a good job of exploring the situation and taking the viewer through the steps that were taken to try and save them, but I think that the film does not offer much in the way of answers, and as a result, leaves the viewer with a more complicated picture of the situation. In fact, I don't think that it makes much sense, for the two main characters, and the film seems to focus more on their efforts to make a living than on their crimes.


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