When blue-collar Italian-American Bruno loses his job, he finds himself working alongside illegal aliens in the landscaping business. After befriending Ignacio and his wife Gabriela, he develops a respect and admiration for them as they work to improve their lives.
MPAA rating: PG-13; for language and some violence.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2007.
Special features; interviews, deleted scenes, auditions.
Director of photography, William M. Miller ; editors, Morty Ashkinos, Ilya Magazanin ; music, Kerry Muzzey.
Carmine Famiglietti, Raúl Castillo, Jennifer Peña, Michael Aronov, Manny Perez.
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