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Featured at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, the Taos Talking Picture Film Festival, and broadcast nationally on PBS, La Boda chronicles the weeks leading up to the wedding of 22-year-old Elizabeth Luis, while delving into her family's history and struggles with life in the migrant community. Both a coming-of-age story and a look at the stigma facing migrant workers, La Boda is the real-life biography of a Mexican-American family's quest to achieve the American dream while maintaining their roots in Mexican culture. In English with Spanish subtitles.