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The film Made in L.A. is a documentary that follows the lives of three Latina immigrants named Maura, Lupe and Maria. The documentaries shows their struggles and abuse working for the trendy retailer Forever 21, and also provides a deep look into their personal lives and the connection of hardship that bonds them together. The film touches on how they all came to the United States and why the women felt the need to move from home to a foreign country. All women possessed similar factors that got them to make the great exodus. They wanted a better life, fell into financial hardship that could be solved in the United States or left because of a personal disaster.

These women are undocumented immigrants but are no different than documented American women. They have felt abuse, distress, empathy, and love. Two of the women have children, the only difference between them is that Maria’s children lives in the United States with her and Maura’s children lives in Mexico. They become united, along with other latino’s, working for Forever 21. They found solace together in L.A.’s Garment Worker Center to make a stand for their rights.

The Latino immigrants worked along with the Centers Kimi Lee, Julie Su, and Joann Lo. Kimi Lee was the Centers director and became inspired to help the movement because her parents were also immigrants. Kimi’s mother in particular worked in very similar conditions to these women. Her mom was a seamstress in San Francisco, and would occasionally take Kimi to work with her, and thats when she personally saw the mistreatment of immigrants. Julie Su was the lawyer that represented the Center and was also an immigrant. Joann Lo was the former lead organizer at the Garment Worker Center and appeared the least in the documentary compared Kimi and Julie.

I chose the documentary because it was the most captivating piece of work I’ve seen or read about since the last thought response paper. I loved how the documentary... Show More

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