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A DAY WITHOUT A MEXICAN -- ILLUSTRATED SCREENPLAY & SCREENCAP GALLERY

[George] I decide what I teach my son.  It's just an old-fashioned, clean, all-American barbecue, with some people who happen to think their land's been invaded.  Can you even respect another point of view? 

[Louis] What do you respect, George?

[George] Uh, oh!  Trick question!

[Louis] What?

[George] Dad, just spare me the "This was their land, reaping the fruits of their labor" speech.  You know, land is land. They're just migrant workers, dad.  I'm just trying to do what's best for my family.

Texas, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, and Nevada used to be part of Mexico.

[Louis] That's right, just like us.  One big happy family.

[Louis, Jr.] Bye, Grandpa.

[Louis] Adios!

[Lila] How do you make the invisible visible? You take it away.  And I think that is why they left.  So tonight at -- what time is it?

[Alex] 7:09.

[Lila] ... at 7:09 p.m., I am going to cross into the fog hoping that on the other side there is an answer.  I am doing this of my own free will, totally conscious of hte risk involved. 

[Lila] Let's go!

[Alex] Flashlight on.  That's off. 

[Lila] What's that?

[Alex] I love you, Lila.

[Lila] Oh, man!  I love you, too!

[Alex] No, I mean I love you love you.  Come back, okay?

[LIla] Okay.

[Alex] Those are my favorite pants.

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