|Cast||Domingo Ambriz, Trinidad Silva, Linda Gillin, Ned Beatty, Jerry Hardin, Julius Harris, Ludevina Mendez Salazar, Maria Guadalupe Chavez, Edward Lopez, Evelyn Chieko Saito, Tom Tar, Paul Berrones, George Smith, Dennis Harris, Edward James Olmos, Reverend J. D. Hurt, Salvador Martinez, R. L. Dick Rautenberg, Kent Rautenberg, Félix José Álvarez, John Sandoval, Alfred Alvernaz, Officer Constantine Copulos, Officer J. C. Lamont, Officer Thomas Coffman, Lily Álvarez|
|Original Language||English, Spanish|
|Number of Discs||1|
|Street Date||April 17th , 2012|
In ¡Alambrista!, a Mexican farmworker sneaks across the border to California to make money to send to his family back home. It is a story that happens every day, told here in an uncompromising, groundbreaking work of realism from American independent filmmaker Robert M. Young. Vivid and spare where other films about illegal immigration might sentimentalize, Young’s take is equal parts intimate character study and gripping road movie, a political work that never loses sight of the complex man at its center. ¡Alambrista!, winner of the Cannes Film Festival’s inaugural Caméra d’Or in 1978, remains one of the best films ever made on this perennially relevant topic.