RECORDED IN MICHOACÁN, ONE OF THE BIGGEST MEXICAN COMMUNITIES IN THE USA, WITH MORE THAN 5.5 MILLION MICHOACÁNS LIVING IN THE USA
- 2016 Morelia International Film Festival (FICM)
- 2018 April - Heartland Film & Cultural Journey - Portland, OR
- 2018 June - Jordan Film Festival
- 2018 October - Día de Muertos Film Festival Madrid
STATES IN USA WITH MORE "MICHOACÁNOS":
- Georgia SOURCE: Michoacán Migrant Secretary (June 2018)
No dream is too big. Despite obstacles, circumstances, and sacrifices, we must to whatever it takes to fulfill them. That is one of the main reasons why Mexicans living in the USA will be able to connect with this film. Rocío is a talented singer who decided to leave her hometown to study at the City Conservatory, despite the refusal of her strict father. At the key moment of her career as a singer, Rocío learns that her mother is ill with cancer and has the last wish to reunite her family before dying. At the request of her mother, she is forced to return to the town where she was banished ten years ago and face her family, even though doing so brings into play what she has achieved with years of effort: singing at the most important music festival in the country.