Set in the image of “The Wolf Of Wall Street” dealing with a man who was born and raised in one of the poorest areas in Mexico. Through a series of unfortunate events his brother and him get to America and their lives change dramatically. Going from the deepest poverty-stricken fields of Mexico to working their way into a New York Penthouse and all in a hard days work. But when his brother points out to him that they are becoming the men that they hated in Mexico the brother chooses to walk away. The other decides that he is beyond his humble beginnings and will never go back to that life until his business fails and he ends up, again poor. Now forced to see the reflection in the mirror he does the only thing he knows to do, goes to his little brother for help. The brother says “yes” under one condition, they have to play a game that they played as children, to remember who they are. A moving story about not allowing your current condition overshadow the condition that made you the fighter you have become.
PR- Humble Beginnings
- My favorite song goes like this, “Mi familia es me bendicion. Dios lo dieron a mi para amaros. Los amare por el resto be mi vida.” That was the first song that my mother taught me. I guess you could say that it is a Spanish lullaby. She would sing it to my brother Jose and I every night before she left the room. I think it made us feel safe and it made her feel like, well like mothers like to feel. So my brother and I started singing it to her as we got older, always made her and Papa smile and sometimes we’d all sing it as a family. I loved my family. It goes, “My family is my blessing. God gave it to me to love them. I will love them for the rest of my life.”