Exile Nation: The Plastic People (2014)

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Based on the work of Chris Bava and Jorge Nieto. The Plastic People follows US deportees in Tijuana as they struggle to survive a Cartel war zone, living in cardboard shacks and sewer pipes, creating an ever expanding underworld of exiles.

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8 March 2015 | troyleezy
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| Sorry your Illegal drug using Felons are having a bad time
The real reality is life is hard for those that fall down. I so wish (and perhaps we all could help be apart of a better solution in the near future) that there was a place for "good" people that could find a new start. But Your show was so lame to point out people that continue to make bad choices and that we should feel guilt over it. F* U and your stupid Libby show. And to blame America for it... "oh" I didn't do my paper work, I don't know way I was sent out of the country. The fact is that it is harder to get into Mexico and stay than it is the USA.. On top of that Mexico does not cater with benefits as the USA does. I am not a better person after watching that. You all need to move to a different country if that is what you think and feel. Bet I am a "Spoiler."

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31 October 2014

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English


Country of Origin

USA, Mexico

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