Laredoans Speak: Voices of a South Texas Border City (2011)
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Pepe Serna, our host, and familiar veteran actor takes us through the issues involved in the debate of undocumented immigration. Laredo, Texas has the largest inland (import & export) trade route in the USA, and is located right across the Rio Grande from Nuevo Laredo in Mexico. The combined population of the two Laredos is approximately 750,000. Most residents have family ties between the two cities. Laredoans express their views on undocumented immigration through their unique perspective:
Nov 18, 2011 Limited
Border Town Pictures
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Misses opportunities to add much substance to the debate over immigration reform.
A rich opportunity is squandered with "Laredoans Speak," a documentary of laudable aspirations suffering from its pronounced sympathies.
The movie's argument only occasionally transcends its oozy nonspecificity and feel-good bleeding-heart vibe.
Laredoans Speak is bad in a special kind of way that inspires the obviously piteous description of "well-intentioned."
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