"Such heartbreaking humanity in All of Me proves reality runs deeper than any shallow political rhetoric."
- Sherliyn Connelly, SF Weekly

"Villaseñor has achieved something rare -- a satisfying piece of spiritual filmmaking on a delicate political topic."
- Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader

""A beautiful work of social content that tells a story about forgotten characters, those who keep this country up without appearing in newspapers or newscasts."
- Lucero Solozano, Excelisor

All of Me (2014) on IMDb

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Director: Arturo González Villaseñor Country: Mexico Year: 2015
Cast: The women of La Patrona Run Time: 90 Mins


Mexico and the United States share the greatest border between the first and thrid world. Thousands of migrants expose themselves to every danger as they travel North on a train called The Beast. That's where they meet the Patronas, a group of Mexican women who, every day since 1995, make food and toss it to the helpless as the train rushes by. In the midsty of a country at war in a world where all hope seems lost, the Patronas breathe life into a human value that seems fading with each day: love for one another.