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Made in L.A. is a 2007 documentary film that tells the story of three Latina immigrants as they wage a battle against their employer, a Los Angeles garment factory. After years of domestic abuse and meager salaries, Lupe Hernandez, Maura Colorado, and María Pineda join together in their struggle for self-empowerment and negotiated working conditions.[1]

Made in L.A.
Directed byAlmudena Carracedo
Produced byRobert Bahar, Almudena Carracedo
Written byAlmudena Carracedo, Robert Bahar, Lisa Leeman
Music byJoseph Julian Gonzalez
CinematographyAlmudena Carracedo
Edited byLisa Leeman
Kim Roberts
Almudena Carracedo
LanguageEnglish

Made in L.A. was written, directed, and produced by Almudena Carracedo and was aired as part of PBS's Point of View documentary series.

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