Lost and Found in Mexico

By Julieta Moreno

While many Mexicans are leaving families behind and risking their lives to cross the Mexico/US border to a better life, this film focuses on the Americans who have decided to cross the border in the other direction — for a simpler life. In Caren Cross’s film about a group of Americans living in San Miguel de Allende, we meet expats of varying ages who have given up ‘the good life’ in the US for a home in Mexico that provides more than money can buy. Happy to live with less, among a people they respect and admire, these ex-professionals and executives explain why they have left family and friends behind to live in a country where crowded malls and Blackberries have been replaced by books, art and casual conversations in the local village.

Reel Docs Presents
Lost and Found in Mexico
Thu, Mar 21, 4pm
Teatro Santa Ana
La Biblioteca
Reloj 50-A
60 pesos

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