Helen Thorpe’s Just Like Us: The True Story of Four Mexican Girls Coming of Age in America, tells the story of four high school students, Marisela, Yadira, Clara and Elissa, whose parents entered this country illegally from Mexico. The story begins the night of their senior prom in Denver, Colorado, April 2004. All four of the girls have grown up in the United States. All four want to live the American dream, continue on to college, and have a meaningful profession. But only two have legal documents. With papers, two girls can easily work towards their goals and dreams. But the other two meet daily discrimination, even when they simply want to rent a movie!
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I'm lyin' here on the floor where you left me
I think I took too much
I'm crying here, what have you done?
I thought it would be fun
I can't stay on your life support,
There's a shortage in the switch,
I can't stay on your morphine,
'Cause it's making me itch
I said I tried to call the nurse again
But she's being a little bitch,
I think I'll get outta here, where I can
Run just as fast as I can
To the middle of nowhere
To the middle of my frustrated fears
And I swear you're just like a pill
Instead of makin' me better,
You keep makin' me ill
Today we have two photos from Oscar nominated director Rachid Bouchareb drama Just Like a Woman in which Sienna Miller’s character ditches her husband to join the world of competitive belly dancing.
French director Rachid Bouchareb, the man responsible for acclaimed historical flicks Days of Glory (2006) and Outside the Law (2010), tries his hand at an American production with Just Like a Woman, his first American-shot film.