Postales (Postcards) (2010)
33% want to see it
Pablo, a Peruvian street kid, encounters a twelve year old American tourist girl, Mary. As their innocent curiosity grows into young love, they soon find their love of Peruvian culture isn't the only connection they share.
Rob Humanick, Slant Magazine
Throughout the film, writer-director Jash Hyde avoids Paul Haggis's patronizing white liberal attitude toward class warfare.
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