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The story didn't travel far beyond the onion fields where Mexican-American laborers worked in harsh conditions for subsistence wages.
An ultimately moving effort that well illustrates the often hopeless situation faced by the people whose lives it depicts.
Dense, contradictory and distressingly honest, Valley of Tears is that rarity among political documentaries: a genuinely thought-provoking film.
Perry, a longtime filmmaker, should have given the doc more urgency and punch.
A vivid record of a 1979 strike by Mexican American migrant farmworkers in the onion fields of Raymondville, Texas.
The movie leaves us with a lot of questions, but its rawness draws attention to the cataclysmic social shift the workers are trying to achieve and the long odds against them.
A hard-hitting documentary about the injustices heaped on the Mexican-American community of migrant workers by a small Texas town's white power brokers.
Never feels very thorough but is well worth seeing for clues to the state of race relations from the '70s to the present, especially in out-of-the-way locales like rural Texas
It's a story filled with small triumphs, major setbacks and devastating personal tragedies, remarkably well told.
...tells its distressingly factual history in surprisingly touching fashion.
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