A story about the powerful bonds that hold families together through disappointments and broken promises. Filmmaker Monika Navarro was 21 years old when she began making a film about her uncle Gino, who was deported from the U.S. and died in Tijuana, where he was buried in an unmarked grave. Two months later, her uncle Augie was also deported; both had been legal U.S. residents, military veterans -- and drug addicts. As filming progresses, Navarro uncovers a family history that embodies the best and worst of the relationship between the U.S. and Mexico.
Pittsburgh: Dec. 5 at the Frick Fine Arts Building. Free and open to the public. Discussion with director.