Roberto’s Dreams

After winning the Dora Maxwell Award for Community Service with its first feature film, Angelica’s Dreams (2007), Latino Community Credit Union and local award-winning director/producer Rodrigo Dorfman produced the second part in this series of innovative educational feature films: Roberto’s Dreams.

Roberto’s Dreams, a recession screw ball comedy, takes its storyline straight out of todays news headlines. In the midst of an economic crisis, Roberto has been laid off, Angelica continues to struggle with her house cleaning business and their ten year old daughter Brittany strives to mix her Latino roots with her American education. Roberto, like the Accidental Entrepreneurs featured in a recent New York Times article, decides to start the long and perilous journey of owning his own business: the first Latino green cleaning business in North Carolina.

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