A self-made corporate lawyer learns the woman (Mary Astor) he fell in love with on vacation is part of a very wealthy family, and finds an ally in her free-spirited sister (Ann Harding). 1930. Part 1 of 3.
As Esperanza (Rosaura Revueltas) gains confidence among the sisters of the union, Ramon (Juan Chacon) and some of the brothers lose theirs – a weakness the bosses can exploit. Part 3 of 3. moviesfortheblind.com
When the striking miners face physical and legal pressure, their wives force their hand about doing more than serving coffee and food. Part 2 of 3.
While a group of Mexican-American miners goes on strike for equality with their white counterparts, their wives struggle for some equality of their own. 1954. Part 1 of 3.
Far from the studio, we look ahead to a powerful film made in spite of the U.S. government and the Hollywood system.
Karl (Melvyn Douglas) must investigate two more deaths, and the reason might be something more sinister and strange than even vampirism. Part 2 of 2.