(Untitled Bordertown Project)
Bill and Turner Ross
In the middle of the plains, along the meandering Rio Grande, sits Eagle Pass, Texas, a town of about 30,000. For centuries, this border town has shared a physical as well as cultural landscape with those across the river, coexisting, intermarrying, culturally cross-pollinating and establishing a singular bi-national community in the American West. But now its geographic location has suddenly placed Eagle Pass literally and figuratively in the middle of divisive debates over violence, immigration, and international trade. This film is the Ross brothers’ Western: a sprawling portrait and emotional mosaic, a living, breathing visual essay on the realities of the frontier in the 21st century.
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