Jon Seda, Alison Eastwood, Paul Rodriguez, Ed Begley, Jr., and Karen Black star in writer/producer/director David Siquerios' fish out of water comedy following a conservative half-Mexican, half-Caucasian businessman as he attempts to navigate a foreign land that he could have called home. The year is 1994. California Governor Pete Wilson has just signed the proposition that drove a sizable wedge between Mexicans and Americans. Into this catastrophe wanders Richard Macedo (Seda), an average businessman of mixed heritage who's about to get lost in Mexico. Can Richard survive one night in this close but strangely foreign land, or has he been so Americanized that he's forgotten what it means to be a true Mexican? ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Amateur hour! Poor camera work, wooden acting. From the cover art, you expect Paul Rodriguez to have more than a bit part -- he's only in it at the beginning and the end. The main character's habit of saying his thoughts out loud is a crutch to prop up poor scriptwriting -- it gets old really fast. Karen Black was never much of an actress back in her day, but in this she is particularly dreadful.