Upside Down Home
Morelia International Film Festival
Lima International Film Festival
MARFICI Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente de Mar del Plata
Perugia Social Film Festival
Gerardo, Omar and Santos are teenagers living in low-income housing in Tijuana. In addition to their great friendship, they share a deep emptiness at home; their mothers work long days in textile factories. In their own personal ways, the boys cope with monotony, loneliness, and the desire to thrive in a hostile environment. Upside Down Home explores their lives, hopes and frustrations, and inevitably raises questions about the nature of "development" and "progress" in large contemporary cities. Theirs is a story about their youthful hopes and their disconnected realities of hardship.
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