Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:20    |    
    Introduction
  • 03:31    |    
    Scene I: Deported
    • "El Mojado" (Ricardo Arjona)
    • The Washington Post
    • The Washington Times
    • News flash
    • Guatemalans deported
    • Exodus 13:17
    • "Luna de Xelajú" (Paco Pérez)
    • Back to Guatemala
    • The Washington Post
  • 21:36    |    
    Scene II: Wetback success
    • The Washington Post
    • The Washington Times
    • American radio
    • New ideas, new enterprises!
      • Tomato business
      • Wal-Mart
      • Coffee market
      • Restaurant chain
      • Google
    • "Anything You Can Do" (Irving Berlin)
    • Minister of Commerce
    • Minister of Education
    • Minister of Government
    • Minister of Health
    • "The Liberty Bell" (John Philip Sousa)
    • A new sense of liberty
    • News flash from Havana
    • Fidel Castro, president of Cuba
    • News flash from Caracas
    • News flash from La Paz
    • News flash from Guatemala
    • "Don't Fence Me In" (Robert Fletcher and Cole Porter)
    • The Washington Post
    • Emigration from the United States to Guatemala
    • The Washington Times
    • Wal-Mart headquarters to Guatemala
    • The Washington Times
    • No more Homeland Security
    • The Washington Post
    • Baseball commissioner relocates franchises to the New America
    • The Washington Times
      • End of congressional debates
      • Live where you want immigration bill
    • Presidential meeting
  • 42:52    |    
    Scene III: Yankees to Guatemala
  • 45:10.5    |    
    "God Bless America" (Irving Berlin)
  • 46:01    |    
    Acknowledgments
  • 46:46.80000000000018    |    
    Final words
  • 47:29.300000000000182    |    
    Final credits


The Wetback

New Media  | 06 de abril de 2009  | Vistas: 56

A group of students from Universidad Francisco Marroquín present a three-act musical that describes the reality of immigrants to the United States and what could happen when they return home. The story describes what happens when a group of immigrants returns to Guatemala after working up north. Harnessing their enterprising spirit, they find new opportunities for themselves that lead to success. The story also describes the establishment of a free market society throughout the entire American continent with Guatemala City as the capital. In this New America, there is no more government intervention and the success of private enterprise benefits everyone.



 

 

 


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Universidad Francisco Marroquín