Amexicano

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Released 2007

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Amexicano

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Released:
2007
Rating:
PG-13
Amexicano, winner of the 2007 Sonoma Valley Film Festival's Jury award in the Narrative Film category, is a dramatic look at the relationship and life dynamics of a labor-class man of Italian descent and an illegal Mexican woman as they submit to everyday life in Queens, New York. Written by Carmine Famiglietti and directed by Matthew Bonifacio, the story follows Bruno (Carmine Famiglietti) in a story of friendship that reveals both an unlikely hero and unrequited love. Bruno isn't the most politically correct when it comes to the issue of illegal immigrants, but hard economic times and few opportunities for work cause Bruno to find himself in close proximity to Ignacio (Ral Castillo), who proves himself to be a real friend. Despite differences in their backgrounds, in their beliefs, and even in their only known languages, Bruno and Ignacio forge a bond that will melt the hearts of viewers for generations to come.
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    Drama

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    Independent, Latino Dramas, Social Issues