Bless Me Ultima Film Actors Discuss The Celebrated Chicano Work

Luke Ganalon and Benito Martinez discuss the Chicano film.
1:33 | 02/22/13

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Well. Do you. And question everything -- do you -- -- your parents with so many questions as your character in the movie. Just -- into Diana I do ask about -- in -- times in my life. And that telling me turn you really connect -- Many yes -- both have a lot of questions how did that helping ordered to construct your character did you read the book before. I do you know. Not me before -- I glanced at me and my mom and dad had already sitting around me. I Andretti after. And it's a great buck and it really -- connect twelve -- you know my parents told me. And that really helped -- Carl wasn't great director and he helped explode and just. Pulling motion and casting crew and in Mexico really helped. And it several times daily as little boy. Join them later and then went into -- so two cultures approach can culture is part of new Mexican culture it's part of American culture. In the same -- and in the movie. We have our standards of what's supposed to be. But as we have adjusted over the years. Just -- a culture. We still don't we don't embrace this is sort of the same standards that doesn't mean we're less spiritual but doesn't mean -- -- -- -- -- Cabrera.

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