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2006 | Color | 70 min

Workers in Tijuana´s multinational factories confront labor violations, environmental devastation, and urban chaos. Carmen and Lourdes aim beyond the daily struggle for survival and seek to organize their community to strive for positive changes in their lives. They also use video cameras to document how globalization has transformed their city and to share their hopes for the future.


Country: México, Estados Unidos
Direction: Funari; Victoria, de la Torre; Sergio
Production: Funari; Victoria, de la Torre; Sergio
Sound: Perkins; Phil
Music: Blue; John, Colectivo Nortec;, Oliveros; Pauline
Cast:Duran; Carmen, Lujan; Lourdes
Participation year at FICM: 2006

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