Gringos at the Gate
- Directors: Pablo Miralles, Roberto Donati, and Michael Whalen
USA versus Mexico. At one time, it was a David-and-Goliath affair.
Today, it is the greatest rivalry in international soccer, rippling with culture clashes, class, race, and a strange reverse power struggle.
From the stifling heat of Estadio Azteca to the water-logged field at Crew Stadium, Gringos at the Gate documents the clash of cultures and the captivating on-field clashes.
In the battle between the Rio Grande neighbors, the lines between soccer and culture are always blurry.
ALSO SCREENING: A Most Improbable Life
- Director: Josh Taft
Santa Maria Rivera, a Mexican immigrant who came to the US as a young boy, eventually becomes the first in his family to graduate from high school.
More importantly, he fulfills his dreams of attending college and playing professional soccer.
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