El inmigrante

"El Inmigrante" is a documentary film that examines the Mexican and American border crisis by telling the story of Eusebio de Haro a young Mexican migrant who was shot and killed during one of his journeys north. The film presents a distinct humanitarian focus in which story and character take precedent over policy and empiricism. Towards this end "El Inmigrante" examines the perspectives of a diverse cast of players in this border narrative. A cast which includes the de Haro family, the community of Brackettville, Texas-where Eusebio was shot, members of vigilante border militias in Arizona, the horseback border patrol in El Paso, and migrants en route to an uncertain future in the United States.

Grosses

Domestic (100%)
$15,100
Summary Details
DistributorIndican Pictures
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Opening$1,578
2 theaters
Running Time1 hr 30 min
GenresDocumentary
In Release538 days/76 weeks
Widest Release2 theaters
DateRankWeekly %± LW TheatersChange AvgTo DateWeek
Jul 13-1990$2,590-2-$1,295$2,5901
Jul 20-2692$2,143-17.3%1-1$2,143$4,7332
Jul 27-Aug 2102$1,014-52.7%1-$1,014$5,7473
Aug 3-998$1,271+25.3%1-$1,271$7,0184
Aug 10-16107$1,101-13.4%1-$1,101$8,1195
Aug 17-23112$1,302+18.3%1-$1,302$9,4216
Aug 24-30121$483-62.9%1-$483$9,9047
Jan 4-1083$1,282-1-$1,282$10,73326
Jan 11-1796$600-53.2%1-$600$11,74627
Jan 18-24107$287-52.2%1-$287$12,03328
Feb 22-28112$612-1-$612$12,64533
Apr 25-May 1142$459-1-$459$13,38942
Jul 25-31117$1,106-1-$1,106$14,49555
Aug 8-14122$605-1-$605$15,10057