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Eugenio Polgovsky's unvarnished portrait of the rural poor in modern-day Mexico.
What you remember most are the children, many of them barely past toddler age, herding animals, gathering wood and slogging buckets of vegetables picked from sunburnt fields.
Unadulterated labor is the focus of this blistering, beautifully modulated documentary from Mexican auteur Eugenio Polgovsky.
The harsh, relentlessly arduous conditions experienced by children toiling in the Mexican countryside are observed with striking vision and cinematic poetry by filmmaker Eugenio Polgovsky.
Reveals the brutal exploitation that makes year-round tomatoes available at your local Gristede's.
One reason why The Inheritors works is that it abandons the reckless point-and-shoot aesthetic of so many social-issue movies.
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