In an era when zero tolerance for undocumented immigration is commonplace and Donald Trump is trying to build higher walls, a group of deportees, determined to cross back into the US, survive by forming a homeless community about 200 feet from the border. Amid the urban chaos, two of these individuals face their emotional conflicts, caught between their troubled pasts and an uncertain future.
Rodrigo is a solitary teenager, a king in the private world he shares with his mother. Things change when her new boyfriend moves into their small house on the outskirts of Mexico City. Rodrigo must decide if he can accept his new family—or if he’ll fight for his throne, crushing the happiness of the person he loves most.
What do the sexual exploitation of children, underage hit men, dysfunctional orphanages, missing girls, underpaid laborers enduring subhuman conditions, and macho culture have in common? Human trafficking. This is a feature-length film composed of six shorts, each of which addresses one subject and tells one specific story about human trafficking.
Michel, a young aristocrat, is mourning the recent suicide of a close friend through a journey into the emptiness and the violence of his environment.
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