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[DEEP SLOW FLUTE MUSIC PLAYING]

[FOOT STEPS]

[GROANING]

[DOOR OPENS AND SHUTS]

Which do you value most?

Your life or your freedom?

I just want to be free.

I'll set you free.

[GUN SHOTS]

[CRYING]

[SOLO GUITAR PLAYING]

[SLOW GUITAR MUSIC PLAYING]

[CRYING]

BONDO: I'm not sure if I can define freedom.

Or if I even understand it.

I just know I can taste it.

MAN: The family is your responsibility now.

Take care of them.

I will send for you.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

[BREATHES]

[HIGH TEMPO STRINGS PLAYING]

[WOMAN HUMMING]

[SIGHING IN EXHAUSTION]

[CLANKING]

[BREAKS SQUEAKING]

[ENGINE REVS]

[CROWS CAWING]

[SLOW MUSIC PAYING]

[WIND BLOWING]

[DOOR CREAKING]

[DOOR SHUTS]

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

You in the dog house?

You getting down.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

I can't help it and go down.

[SIGHS]

It's complicated, you wouldn't understand.

[LAUGHS]

Be surprised, amigo.

What's wrong with Mexico, huh?

There is no money here.

I mean, they got plenty of it in America.

I see you have that dream.

A lot of people have the same dream but they make it, why can't I?

Sounds like you need a plan.

Okay.

Knowing you have the best value of things,

the difference,

between any of us is that,

value is as valuable as the evaluator.

Wow, that's a lot.

I'll try to remember that.

Uncle John...

Could I borrow few bucks?

I'll pay you back when I get to America, I get a job.

I'm going to make a million dollars.

Mm... Never mind.

Here, take this.

You don't need to pay me back.

Go ahead, amigo.

[WHISTLING]

Dangers of crossing in high risk zones.

Crossing the river can be very risky.

Especially if you cross alone and at night.

Thick clothing increases your weight when wet,

and makes it hard to swim or float.

Salt water can keep water and your body longer.

You may feel more thirsty if you drink salt water.

Dehydration is much less.

Do not be hit or insulted.

Do not be held incommunicado.

In case they take away your personal effects,

request a voucher in order to claim them when you're released.

If there is any violation of these rights,

it is important for you to inform your attorney,

or Mexican consulate representative.

[MELODIOUS GUITAR PLAYING]

[RHYTHMIC WHISTLES]

[MUSIC STOPS]

[MUSIC CONTINUES]

BONDO: Hello?

Hi, my name is Bondo.

I'm looking for work, do you got any work?

Huh.

Yeah, you and everyone else in this town.

Sorry to bother you.

Hey.

I didn't mean it like that, just eh...

Everyone in town is looking for work, so I just...

Try Cortes next door.

Cortes?

They're always looking for a new guy, okay, Bondo?

Thank you.

What is your name?

Luis.

Welcome to Tijuana.

That is not how we do things around here.

You get it right, huh?

Como estas mi amigo?

Do you need labour? I'm looking for work, I'm new in town.

I have enough workers.

I'm very good, I can cut a fender,

like it came out of the factory.

I work hard,

I know these cars really well.

Look, I'll tell you what.

You work free for one day.

So I could test you out.

And then we see.

Really?

Okay.

[SONG PLAYING ON THE RADIO]

Can I help you with something?

The boss sent me over here to work on the car.

Oh, yeah?

You're taking my work from me?

It's no good.

No, it's just a test.

What do you mean? Like I'm not working fast enough?

I mean the boss is just testing me out for a day.

What do you mean? Like the test of the emergency repair system?

You can think of it like I am your assistant.

Assistant?

Well, you know, like your helper.

Oh... My helper.

Is there a bathroom?

What is your name?

They call me Bondo.

You look more like a jam boy.

[LAUGHS]

Hey, what is your name?

Bondo.

Bondo.

Take that tire to Gonzales.

He is waiting for you.

But what about the work?

Just go.

[TRIBAL PLAYING]

MAN: Please wait, please wait.

GONZALES: You remember what I said what happen? Hm?

MAN: Should be here right now.

GONZALES: I told you not to go into business for yourself.

MAN: I want to be free.

GONZALES: Oh, so you want to be free?

MAN: Si.

GONZALES: Oh, I'll set you free.

[GUN SHOT]

Hey, hey, easy.

[GROANING]

[FAST MUSIC PLAYING]

[SCREAMS]

[MUSIC PLAYING ON THE RADIO]

CARLOS: Hey, Bondito.

I heard you're gonna try for the border, man.

Yeah, maybe, if I find a way.

You're never gonna make it, you know.

Everybody comes back sooner or later.

Not everyone.

You're gonna get trapped in a slave labour house.

They're gonna make you go look for work and when you bring home a daily pay check,

they're gonna take it from you or beat it out of you.

Is that what happened to you?

No, it was my partner's fault, man.

I thought I was selling fruit on the street corner but it,

I was selling the fruit plus, you know?

Well.

I'm going to get me a good job working on cars.

You're gonna be right back here working for me, man.

[BELL DINGING]

[WOMAN COUGHS]

[MYSTICAL INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING]

[COUGHS]

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

Forgive me for I have sinned.

Hm, we have all sinned, my son.

Jesus loves you and wants to hear your confession.

How have you sinned?

I saw a man murdered.

Oh...

It must have been a terrible thing to see.

But to witness something out of your control is not a sin, my son.

Sounds like something for the authorities.

You're to go to the police.

No, father I have to leave town, could you please give me your blessings to cross the border.

Shh, shh.

[DEEP MUSIC PLAYING]

Bueno.

Maria?

Yas, I'm looking for Maria.

They took her to the jail.

Really?

[WOMAN MUMBLES]

When?

Yesterday afternoon they took her.

Did you know where?

[WOMAN SPEAKS SPANISH]

Yes, yes, I know that.

Okay, take care.

Buck, is that you?

Oh you're my angel.

Twenty bucks.

I'm sorry. I'll pay you back later.

It's okay.

BONDO: What kind of trouble are you in?

MARIA: It's good to see you, Buck, I missed you.

BONDO: Me too.

MARIA: So how do you like Tijuana?

BONDO: It's okay, it's not America.

MARIA: Oh, Buck. Sometimes you have to go where the wind takes you.

Pablo, two beers, please.

Let me buy you a drink.

Okay.

This is nice.

Thank you.

[SPEAKS FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

Oh, that's right, I forgot.

Don't worry I'll pay you back later.

It's okay.

[LAUGHS]

Salud.

So, tell me all about your plan.

Well I'm in town to save enough money to cross the border.

When I get to America I'm gonna get a job and send money home to my family.

And?

And, that's it.

That's it?

Well yeah.

What do you think?

Everybody has some plan.

It's more hard than you think.

Do you think we all be sitting here working for this little cash?

Um?

Well... I got the plans.

What do you mean? The plans?

Hm? More plans?

I got the plans from the president.

Oh...

The plans from the president.

Claro.

Yes.

And how to cross the border safely.

He makes it sound so easy, I could show you later.

Okay.

Why don't we save money and cross the border together?

MARIA: Where are you taking me?

BONDO: You'll see.

[POLICE SIRENS]

Hey, have you seen these?

They're all over the place.

How much for the lady?

Come here.

On the way home?

BONDO: Yes, sir.

Hm...

How much for the girl?

GONZALES: What, you off duty?

BONDO: She's not for sale.

Up against the wall.

Haven't I seen you before?

BONDO: No, sir.

GONZALES: This is a border town.

Lots of people passing through. Some you never see again.

This is not how I used to be.

Mm...

Why? You quitting, baby?

GONZALES: How about a little jail time for the both of you.

For running an illegal business.

This is not a business, we didn't do anything.

BONDO: Come this way.

MARIA: Where are we, where are we?

What are we doing here?

This is where I work.

Come on.

I live here too.

MARIA: This place is crazy.

Shh...

So, where did you sleep?

Come on.

[GROANING]

[SIGHS]

This is my son.

MARIA: Mm...

Uh.

Mm... He's so cute.

Mm...

Like the mommy.

And the grandma.

I bet you miss them, huh?

Hm...

I sending them money.

And one day I will send for them to America.

You'll see.

You have a wonderful plan and family book.

[SIGHS]

Bet you miss them, you really care about them, don't you?

Oh yes.

Very much.

[SIGHS]

What about you?

They took my little girl away from me.

I will never see her again.

What do you mean? I don't understand.

MARIA: We were trying to get away from my angry husband, but it didn't work.

He is really jealous.

He said go to TJ and get a job where you belong.

Uncle John saw what was going on.

He was afraid for my life.

So he drove me to the bus station.

She's gone.

I miss her so much.

I'll never see her again.

We're gonna make it, okay?

Oh, I'm sorry.

[MUMBLES]

Tell me about me.

Maria, no.

Oh... Come on.

This feels good.

Hey-hey-hey-hey.

Don't you wanna feel good?

No, please Maria, no.

This feels good.

Hey.

Don't you want to feel good?

No, please, um...

Stop, stop.

Come on, let's feel good.

Hey, no, Maria, please.

It's not going to work like this.

[GROANING]

[BREATHS]

MARIA: You're rejecting me.

You rejecting this?

You turning this down?

This is not right.

You don't know what it is to feel good, do you?

To feel good.

I don't have to take this shit.

Por favor I'm your cousin.

You don't know what it's like to feel special.

You're just like the rest of that fucking family.

Cold and insensitive.

CARLOS: Having good luck with the girls?

It is not what you think.

Yeah, seems like nobody likes you around here, Bondito.

Hey, Bondito, are you there?

I'm going to sleep, man.

[MYSTICAL INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING]

JOHN: Man with your integrity deserves a little help.

[SCREAMS]

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

They will have large breasted women in tight dresses,

trying to get you to sign the documents.

Hey Bondo, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow.

You went too far, this is the line.

Line?

Come on, I'll show you.

What do you mean line?

[LAUGHS]

Aye Bond...

This side Mexico, that side America.

This side pretty girls.

That side, alimony.

You can just go.

Bondo.

The border patrol.

[SIGHS]

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

No, gracias . I like it here.

I'm not going to that crazy people's place.

BONDO: I could go through the sewage.

Will you make it across, if you make it across.

You'll get the parasite in your brain.

It will make its way to your mind.

Oh, you won't notice it first.

First your eye will start to twitch.

Then you'll begin relieving your self in public toilets.

Alright, alright, just stop, I get it.

It's true, you see these guys in the city all the time.

I could wear a wetsuit.

There is no way.

I'll find a way.

They should just make Mexico into America.

No, they should make America into Mexico.

I like in here, Bondo.

We ain't got no laws practically.

And we can do whatever we want.

Except belief.

[SLOW STRING MUSIC PLAYING]

[RHYTHMIC WHISTLING]

BONDO: Luis.

Hey, Bondo.

Do you read English?

Little bit.

What's this?

Man, it's a kind of airplane.

Yeah, to fly with.

Yeah, you make one of those to fly.

But it's too cheap, only 35 dollars.

No, you know eh...

It says right here,

plans to make your own parasail.

Yeah, and you fly it, just the plans.

So, no cloth, no engine, no wheels?

No, just the plans and the paper.

You're not planning going to the border, are you?

Do you think I can?

[SIGHS]

It's impossible, you'll kill yourself.

My Ma, she wants me to cross the border and send money home but,

I like it here.

Got a lot of nice girls in Mexico.

Bondo, you'll kill yourself.

Yeah, maybe so.

KID ON PHONE: Mommy's really worried about you.

BONDO: Tell here I'm fine.

KID: Mummy says you're not gonna make it.

BONDO: Listen.

KID: She's afraid that you're going to die.

BONDO: I'm going to try again.

KID: Are you going to America?

BONDO: I'm going to make it to America.

You believe in me, yeah?

Yes.

Good son.

I love you.

I love you too.

I'll see you soon?

Yes, I'm going to see you soon, I promise.

Please.

I promise, okay?

Momma, papi is on the phone.

You tell your mom that I love her.

Bye papi.

Bye, son.

Bye, I love you.

BONDO: If you cross in the desert,

try to travel when the heat is not so intense.

Highways and towns are very far apart.

It could take you several days to find roads.

And you will not be able to carry food or water for that long.

You could even get lost.

Beware of human traffickers.

The assurance of crossing the deserts and mountains in just a few hours is deceiving.

They can risk your life and have caused the death of hundreds of persons.

[MACHINE GRINDING]

Hola, mi hija.

Sorry, I didn't mean to stop your work.

Ah...

I needed a break anyway.

How you getting along?

I don't understand why risking your life is good for your family.

Why take a chance?

Chance, risk, what's there without it?

You took a chance.

I would never leave my family in need.

No, look at your reward.

Where is there a reward for risking your own life?

What reward is worth that?

I really miss him.

[SIGHS]

So many people just never take a chance, they just wait around.

Look, mi hija.

Risk plus chance,

equals reward.

It's an equation.

In fact, not taking a risk is riskier.

Did I say it?

[LAUGHS]

[BELL RINGING]

FATHER: Jesus wants you to go.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

BONDO: He does?

FATHER: Si, he wants you to have safe passage, so you can find work and...

Send money back to your family.

Si?

But you'll need to have a ticket.

Okay, okay,

What do I do?

For a secret and safe passage,

one thousand American,

to a man,

in the desert.

Okay.

Gracias.

Father,

Si.

could you bless me?

Si, mi hijo.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

[SLOW RHYTHMIC MUSIC PLAYING]

BONDO: Dear Uncle John,

I worked and worked, saved and saved till the end of summer.

I did the best work I could to prepare myself for the new land.

There were so many shiny cars.

I thought Tijuana was going to run out of paint.

I even read a whole book.

I put myself in danger's way,

doing whatever job possible I could think of.

I'm really going to miss all my friends here.

Luis, Carlos, Maria, my boss.

When I get there I will write them and tell them about the good church.

Maybe they can come and stay with me for a short time.

All I could think about was to have my family there in the land of opportunity.

When I had enough to go.

I was ready to see the man in the desert.

Jesus wants you to wait over there.

Yes father.

BONDO: So many people has tried for a chance to make their

efforts worth something in the north land.

BONDO: I wonder how long this trip is.

I don't know, I never do it.

Of course.

I'm going to America to get a job and send money home to my family.

All people want to, to bring the family to this country.

Um... My husband he eh, it took him,

three years to, to bring us.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

BONDO: But even effort, timing, planning, patience fail.

Trust and sacrifice can dissolve in reliance of others.

God save me as I could lose faith.

Please give me another chance to cross one day.

I ran and ran as fast as I could.

I know now I have to do this quietly by myself.

There is got to be another road to freedom.

If a space ship lands, and offers you a ride, take it.

It may be the only way across.

[ROCK MUSIC PLAYING]

You have a dollar for me?

Can we please go some place?

You need to put a dollar in my G-string or the customers will get mad at you.

But the feelings that we have Well that must have

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

Please, Maria, I want you to stop this.

Stop what?

This life, is this good for your family?

I'm not going to stop this for my stupid family.

They don't do nothing for me.

This is not a good job for you, Maria.

This is a real job.

I make real good money.

I take care of myself by myself.

This is going to lead to bad things.

There is no future in it.

They're going to throw you into the streets when you get old,

I don't want to see you in the streets.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

Look, Buck.

Are you saving your money?

Are you?

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

Yes, yes, I almost have enough, almost.

Just a little bit more, okay?

I have to go.

[GUITAR MUSIC PLAYING]

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

[GUITAR MUSIC PLAYING]

CARLOS: I told you, you wasn't gonna make it, man.

Yeah, it was not my fault.

I will try again.

No thanks, man.

Come on, man, is the only real escape.

The only one left for you.

Yeah, maybe.

No, thanks.

[INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING]

Damn.

[TRUMPET INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING]

It's three meters.

[DRUMS JOINING IN]

BONDO: I'm going to fly over.

Well you, you going to flap your wings like a bird and fly?

I'm making the airplane.

The plane.

You got the plans to the plane?

It's no joke. I'm almost finished.

You will kill yourself.

Not if I'm careful.

Bondo,

even if you do fly over, they're just gonna catch you when you land.

I can't move.

LUIS: My family had an idea about a disguise.

Me-me sit in traffic, I couldn't move for a long time.

I even peed in my pants.

So they stuck the baby on my lap.

And that totally gave me away.

I didn't get anything out of that attempt, nothing at all.

Nada.

Except a little bit of fame.

MAN BEHIND: We didn't know there was a guy in the pinyata.

[LAUGHS]

[SIGHS]

You want to see my girlfriend?

You got a girlfriend?

So, yeah, big ones.

Na, how old is she? A hundred?

Come on, let's go.

[AMUSING INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING]

LUIS: Mexico.

BONDO: America.

LUIS: Mexico.

BONDO: America.

WOMAN: Hey papi, come here, sweetie.

You look nice.

No, no.

Bondo.

LUIS: You're gaining weight.

WOMAN: Because you don't come around often, you don't like it.

LUIS: No, I love it.

WOMAN: You don't like it now I do for you, you don't like it.

I love it, [KISSING]

My dad died.

Really?

That's do that, huh?

Yeah.

It was sad.

But I'm getting ready to go back.

As soon as I save enough money.

Speaking of which.

I better get back to work.

You don't have to do that.

I still payed you.

I got a nice girl, ey?

Yeah, mine was not bad either.

Yeah, you did okay thanks to me.

It wasn't you, she liked me.

Oh, of course she did.

Watch your step.

MARIA: Oh... Oh my God, it's freezing out here.

You didn't forget about me, did you?

GONZALES: God damn weather man is never right.

MARIA: Promise.

[SNIFFING]

I feel like a change is coming.

I think it's about time.

Oh, you think?

But don't think.

It's not good for you.

I know what's good for me.

Going to America with your cousin Bondo, bokoru Bondo. Is that what's good for you?

Look, you don't belong in America.

I have to think of my future.

I am your future.

No marks, I lose tips.

[MEXICAN SONG PLAYING ON RADIO]

CARLOS: Bondito.

Are you awake?

Mm... What's going on, man?

Hey, you got the new grill.

I kind of like it.

I think it makes me look like a rich man now.

You gay, Carlos?

Na...

Your only way if you're the receiver.

Not if you're the giver, uh.

That's good to know.

You see Carlos, I want my family needs.

A nice home, some plans for the future like maybe some college for my son.

Some health insurance.

It's really important to me.

Oh... I see you got that plan.

I'm not going to take anymore time.

Why not?

Oh yeah, don't forget while you have a job here.

You know, I think there is something in those tiers.

Maybe you're right.

I really need to stay alive for my family.

Okay.

Good luck, Bondito.

Or should I say Jam boy?

[GUITAR MUSIC PLAYING]

[RHYTHMIC WHISTLE JOINING IN]

[TRUMPETS PLAYING]

[ENGINE REVVING]

Bondo, take this tire to this address, and hurry.

Oh no, not again, please.

No? You take this tire now and may be your job will be here when you get back, now go.

[INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING]

What is that?

It's a parachute.

[SLOW GUITAR MUSIC PLAYING]

[WOMAN HUMMING]

[GUN FIRING]

[GUN FIRING]

[SIREN WAILING]

Yeah, that's fine. Just make sure the air is working, thank you.

Take a seat, Buck.

So, we meet again, mm?

The old artful dodger, mm? Bakaru Bondo.

[LAUGHS]

Oh, relax.

You look thirsty. May I offer you some iced tea?

Get here some iced tea.

Bondo, I like you.

You're a very smart guy, hard worker, too.

Very rare to find a man with this many values.

And value is as valuable as the evaluator.

When a man like me finds one, I try not to let him leave.

So, I like to make you a job offer.

I got a job.

No, Bondo, I mean a better job.

I work on cars, that is what I do best.

I know, I know, but there should be much more for a smart guy like yourself.

This is pee on, you are gonna be a wet bag for ever.

I'm talking about a position for a man of your stature.

I'm not going to be your tire delivery person.

Hold on, okay? Look, you haven't even heard my offer yet.

I do not want to do your drug work.

I'm going to El Norte.

Hm... Yeah, where the grass is green and DA-DI-DA-DI-DA.

You've not heard it before?

Please.

You're thirsty, I can see.

[CLEARING THROAT]

Drink, drink, boy.

We're always wrecking the cop cars.

And we always have to wait for the shops in town.

Bondo, look at me when I talk to you, it's very serious.

I will never work for your corrupt organization, never.

Now hold on now.

You're not even giving me a chance.

You see those who don't operate well, need to behave well, as a cover up.

Those that can be taught how to behave can be made to...

What's the matter? Mm?

Like the table? Mm?

You wanna see what's inside? Mm?

Interested? Huh?

What's in there? You freak.

W-ho-ho-ho-ho.

Whoa, you like that, huh?

Who's in there?

Hey, relax my friend, this is how we do things here.

That is why everybody gets along. Very important you learn this, if you gonna run things.

GONZALES: And by the way, I got you a little gift.

[GUN LOADS]

Here, take it.

Take it, we're gonna do a little business together.

[SLOW GUITAR MUSIC PLAYING]

[WOMAN HUMMING]

[INDISTINCT CHATTER ON RADIO]

Stand back.

[SNIFFS]

Where's Felipe?

You know, an independent business man.

Hey, what you doing down there with the cockroaches?

You must be looking for freedom, mm?

He's like a friend here, Bondo.

You know, we're gonna work out.

I need some paper and pen.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

Everybody wants to be an independent business man.

Eh? You got to be loyal even to do that.

Isn't that right?

I'm gonna ask you this question only one time.

Now.

What happened to the last shipment?

Where is it?

Have you ever used a gun before?

No.

Hey, that's why I made it easy for you to do the job.

I already have a job.

Well consider this under job training, for your new job.

Now do your job, before I do mine.

But I never...

Pull the trigger.

Do it.

Do it.

Do it now.

Wait.

I never answered the question.

I'm sorry. I forgot.

Yes.

I just want to be free.

Mm... Free?

I'll set you free.

You work for me now.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

[GUN FIRES]

God damn interns.

Get in the car.

[GUITAR MUSIC PLAYING]

[GUN FIRES]

[INDISTINCT CHATTER ON RADIO]

I had to get that out of my system.

I know this initiations can be a little rough.

But I got faith in you, Bondo.

Let's celebrate, come on.

Take it.

Oh, fill sticks.

Oh, fill sticks.

What is this?

I will not be your delivery drug person.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

I can make you into a very rich man.

I'm going to El Norte.

When? Why didn't you say so? Eh?

I'll take you there myself.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

You know I was thinking.

Well what do you know, I shot in the dark.

[LAUGHS]

Bondo.

[INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING]

Oh where has my Bondo gone?

Bondo gone.

Bondo gone.

Oh where has my Bondo gone?

Bondo...

Oh where has my Bondo gone?

Bondo gone.

Bondo gone.

Oh where has my Bondo gone?

Bondo gone.

So you want to go to America, huh?

[ENGINE REVVING]

[GROANING]

[LAUGHS]

Hey, right here eh, what, you need a bull's eye?

[GUN FIRES]

Wait.

I have an idea.

Well where the grass is greener, the land of milk and honey.

You know, always wanted to build a wall to keep the Americans out.

Come with me.

What? You mean to America?

You can start all over.

Me?

You can start a whole new life.

Get a new job, change your line of work. You can even work for me.

Oh.

I'm going to make a million dollars.

[SIGHS]

Such nice thought.

You care.

Come here, want to take a look at something.

Come.

You see that?

What?

This, you see this?

This has become a cesspool because of people like you.

Tresspassing through, that think that America is gonna take care of you.

Do you think America owns freedom? Huh?

That's too bad, Bondo.

Mexico can really use a man like you.

[GROANING]

How about this for value?

[GROANING]

Repeat after me.

I love my beloved Mexico, say it.

I love my beloved Mexico.

I will stay and fight for my countries liberation.

Say it.

MAN: Are you in need of any assistance?

[GROANING]

Are you in need of any assistance?

Hey, help, the Americans are here, the Americans.

[SPEAKING IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE]

The Americans are coming, don't shoot, the Americans are coming.

Let's move it along, adios amigo.

Americans are coming.

God damn America.

[GUN FIRES]

[GUITAR SOLO PLAYING]

BONDO: I'm not sure if I can define freedom.

Or if I even understand it.

I just know I can taste it.

Whatever freedom is,

those that don't have it, really want it.

I believed in my religion, my people, my family.

Now I have to believe in myself.

[INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING]

Luis, I need you and your truck.

What? No, no, no, no, no.

Please, I can't make it without you.

I'm working here.

I need your help.

I could lose my job.

I need your help, meet me at the shop.

What's going on?

The cops are after me.

What? Why?

I know too much.

Where you gonna run?

I'm not going to run.

Oh my God, you built it.

Does it work?

We're going to find out.

Help me push.

[TRUMPET MUSIC PLAYING]

Where is he?

You mean Bondito?

He took the machine.

Show me where he went.

[MUSIC CONTINUES]

Hurry! Lay this out.

Hurry.

Get away, no, no.

Turn on the switch.

What next?

When I jump in you pull the prop.

This?

[ENGINE REVVING]

No, not now.

Wow.

[LAUGHS]

Go.

Look.

Run.

Send me a postcard from the crazy people's place.

That's if I make it, now go.

[SIREN WAILING]

CARLOS: What the hell.

Bondo.

Hey, get over here.

Come here.

[RHYTHMIC WHISTLE BLOWING]

Come on, come on.

[SCREAMING]

Come on. No, no, no.

No, no, no, no, wait, wait.

[SCREAMING]

Got it.

Hey, he's trying to kill me. Where is he?

Hey Bondito.

You're never gonna make it.

Grab the wheel.

Bondo, get down from there.

You're going to kill yourself.

[GUN FIRES]

He's getting away.

[LAUGHS]

Yeah, Bondo.

Go Bondo, go, go.

Bondo.

[GUN FIRES]

He's gonna make it.

What are you looking at?

[MUSIC SLOWS DOWN]

[MUSIC INCREASES IN TEMPO]

Hey, you gave me pesos.

Yeah.

Yeah.

BONDO: I'm not sure if I can add a chapter to the Mexican guide.

But I can say this.

Wear some good shoes.

Bring lots of water.

Make some good friends.

Save a lot of money.

Say a lot of prayers.

And value is as valuable as the evaluator.

[INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC PLAYING]

Na na na na Na na na na

Na na na na

Na na na na

Na na na na Na na na na

Na na na na

Na na na na

Na na na

Na na na na Na na na na

Na na na na

Na na na na

Na na na

[RHYTHMIC WHISTLE BLOWING]

[INSTRUMENTS JOINING IN]

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