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Let the street be heard by Martinez del Canizo, Itzel

Let the street be heard is the kind of up-in-your-face story showing that poverty is creating its own dynamics and moral in Tijuana's slums. Four underage women tell us their stories, they speak of their experiences, and share with us their dreams and wishes. This raw thought-provoking film makes you wonder if there is a way out of poverty. And if there is, is it a way open to many or only a few perhaps exceptionally talented and disciplined human beings.
Director
Martinez del Canizo, Itzel
Producer
Itzel Martinez del Canizo
Duration
61 min.
Year of release
2003
Language
Spanish

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