Fasten your seatbelts for this politically charged and far-reaching comedy about exploitation. Two filmmakers -- a young second generation Latino and his gringo friend -- travel to Mexico to document how American pop culture has invaded the Mexican way of life. The actors play multiple roles, from a Spanish conquistador, to five Mexican presidents, to an entire village, in a hilarious medley of historical reenactments interspersed with "real-life" scenes. In English with Spanish surtitles.
The True History of Coca Cola in Mexico is written by Patrick Scott and Aldo Velasco, and directed by Jose Carrasquillo.
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