Carlos Galindo is a decent man, a Mexican single parent working as a gardener in California to raise Luis, his fourteen-year-old son, whom Carlos is frightened will drift into local gang culture. Carlos buys a truck for his work with money loaned by his sister but a shifty new employee steals it from him and, though Carlos and Luis track the thief down, he has sold the truck. Father and son bond as they reclaim the vehicle from the pound but Carlos attracts police attention, making his future in America uncertain when it is discovered that he is an illegal immigrant.
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Every father wants more for his son
28 July 2011 (Thailand)
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Opening Weekend USA: $62,087,
26 June 2011
Gross USA: $1,759,252
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $1,863,506
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
When Carlos looks at the money wire receipt in Santiago's possession, the name of the wire transfer service is WWJD, which is a popular acronym that stands for "What Would Jesus Do"? See more
At 21:10, the size and shape of the bread that Santiago is giving to Carlos Galindo is different from different angles. See more
This truck is my only chance to grow this into something big. So we can move out of here and get you in a better school.
Written by Neiver Alvarez
(as Neiver A. Alvarez), Jesus A. Perez-Alvarez and Daniel Indart
Performed by Proyecto TQ
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