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The Wall of Mexico

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1 h 44 min202016+
Don is hired by a wealthy Mexican-American family, who are not well-liked by the townspeople - something to do with the mysterious water well Don guards at night. As the water level drops from possible theft, the family decide to build a massive wall.
Directors
Zachary CotlerMagdalena Zyzak
Starring
Jackson RathboneEsai MoralesMarisol Sacramento
Genres
ComedyDrama
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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Supporting actors
Carmela ZumbadoAlex MenesesMoises AriasXander Berkeley
Producers
Marla ArreolaSarahí CastroAdrian Durazo
Studio
Dark Star Pictures
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The Movie GuyReviewed in the United States on October 25, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Do they let you drink the water?
Don works for the wealthy Arista family on their estate. It is a classic role reversal with Mexicans being wealthy having an American gardener and help. There are two young girls which prove to be a distraction for Don (Jackson Rathbone ). The family sells the water from their well whose power is mythical. The white folks in town have been stealing from the well so the family builds a wall around it to keep them away from the well with mythical powers.

The film just oozes with symbolism. Carmela Zumbado is the voice of philosophy and reason admitting to the class distinction and dim future for those who are not rich. They even transpose Mexican jokes into "gringo" jokes. It reminded me of "Black Privilege" on a smaller scale.

Guide: F-word, sex, nudity (Marisol Sacramento)
Jerome P. LukasReviewed in the United States on May 19, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Don’t waste your money, reacting dialogue and plot was terrible
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Unfortunately, this movie was so weird and so confusing and so lacking a decent plot it was impossible to follow it! I rented it because I thought one of the Hemingway girls would make it worth while.

Only the cinematography was very decent, — the plot, The dialogue and the acting was terrible! If I could’ve given it a -10, I would have… What an utter waste of time!
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