Sin Nombre

Sin Nombre
Sin Nombre

Year

2009

Duration

101 minutes

Genres

Coming of Age, Drama

Language

Spanish

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Synopsis

Every day around 1,000 people try to cross the border from Mexico to the United States illegally. It's an extremely dangerous, but that doesn't stop them. One of the reasons is that many of those people will have already travelled vast distances - through Central America and all the way up Mexico - and experienced huge risks to get to the border. This powerful drama takes us on that journey, following Sarya on her way from Honduras with her father and uncle, travelling on the top of train carriages. Along the way she meets Casper, whose saves her from a brutal gang attacking the vulnerable families making the journey, but will either of them make it to the US?

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15 Classification

Contains strong violence and language

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