POSTED BY: San Francisco Film Society
CREATED: Friday, April 17, 2015
All of Me is a documentary film about a group of women who prepare food for migrant workers on a dangerous and illegal journey from Central America, through Mexico and into the United States. A class screening of the film may complement a social studies or Spanish language curriculum. Taught in conjunction with this guide, the film will encourage students to think critically about poverty, opportunity, immigration and what it means to work in service of human rights. Discussion questions and supplemental materials facilitate further research into related topics such as women’s empowerment, Latino culture, and the meaning of charity.