Additional information for Cans at Dawn (Botes al Amanacer), which has a domestic theatrical release set for September 29, 2012. The film is being distributed by Unknown and has not yet been rated. Cans at Dawn (Botes al Amanacer) has a total running time of 15 minutes.
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A young boy has to grow up fast when he learns the value of a dollar.
Botes Al Amanecer dignifies the efforts of a hard days work no matter the type. For 8 year-old Ernesto, every morning begins in a cramped home next to his moody, older brother and with dicey, day-worker tenants teasing him. His day continues working alongside his loving Mom collecting cans throughout the city followed by a full day of school. Missing the support of a father, Ernesto and his family constantly tread a tight rope.It is this familys resilience which fills Ernesto with the courage to stand up to his bullies and confront his demons. Despite all odds, they maintain hope and uphold their dignity and so the quest for a better life, begins at dawn.
Nikki V. Roberts
Iván Caramés Bohigas
Marita De La Torre
Kelly Anne Sweeney
This film has not yet been rated.
Cans at Dawn (Botes al Amanacer)
No theatrical release dates have been decided.
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