Well, if I'm going to do it, it might as well be quick. Time to get up if this is your alarm. Aren't you gonna ask me anything? She shows how they endure hazardous journeys to cross the border. Please have your passports or identification ready. Hit it, hit it, hit it Careful with your aim - Come on! Miss, there's just no way that I could give you the money for the tickets? In a clever editing maneuver, the director gives us the illusion that they are getting ready simultaneously, together. By the time he does come around it feels natural and right.
Sir, will you just let us pay for the tickets now? But you have another job already, don't you? They even know me by name. Why can't you come home? Your granny is very sick. Oh, so now we're family? This is certainly a mixed message. A study guide for the citizenship exam. Rosario played by Kate del Castillo , his mother, is an illegal alien working hard in Los Angeles as a maid to both bring her son to live with her as well as to raise money for a lawyer to help her gain citizenship.
Unexpected circumstances drive both Rosario and Carlitos to embark on their own journeys in a desperate attempt to reunite. As he washes up in a barrel of water outside the house, Rosario prepares breakfast. What the hell were you thinking, David? I've just decided I'd like to try someone new. To pull an audience, which is increasingly youthful, away from blockbusters of various kinds is not done overnight, even though there is obvious dissatisfaction with the current fare. There's nothing wrong with that! Then come up with a better plan than hitchhiking to L.
Well, he is a threat to us! If I can't go there, then you come back here. I gave the kid the only job I have. You look a lot like your mom. I've never even met him. Corriendo de la policía, Carlitos encuentra el lugar donde que su mamá le dijo.
Do we look like the seven dwarfs to you? Yeah, I saw her yesterday at home. The backpack- Get the backpack. It's just we didn't think it would be so soon. Fox Searchlight … Under The Same Moon was a real masterpiece. As is the way in these kinds of films, adversity strikes. Tells the parallel stories of nine-year-old Carlitos and his mother, Rosario.
También la película muestra la dificultad de la inmigración ilegal immigracíon illegal entre los E. On the other hand, Rosario is imprisoned in a white, alienating urban setting. In all, very touching and thought provoking. Manuel Pacheco on Apr 24, 2008. Otherwise, there are more worthwhile movies with similar themes of the love of a mother and her children that would be worth watching. I'm going to see my mom.
That's what you're gonna do. As a cleaner and nanny for the rich—one of whom takes advantage of her undocumented status—Rosario finds it impossible to save enough to reunite with Carlitos. He's got a good job and he likes you. Man, you're so lucky to have a mom. Get myself caught so they can send me back? You mother loves you, Carlitos, a lot.
I'm sure that for her, you're that reason! I know exactly what this is about. I don't know about you, but I'm beat. I'm looking for a job. As a symbol of hospitable service, she risks her own wellbeing to benefit the undocumented. Some people hide in the bushes as agents ambush an unlucky few who have braved drowning, thirst, and starvation for employment in the U. But I really need this job, Mrs. Crossing the border, that was hard.
The problem is, around here you ain't gonna find nothing. I need some help over here. My granny takes good care of me. It's so hard to get papers. This movie made be thankful that I am not separated from my family and do not have to go to great lengths to unite with them. At a bus stop in Texas he nearly gets sold into child slavery, but he is rescued by a good woman who takes care of illegals.