This movie examines the lives of three teenage migrant workers in the US who move around with the harvests. The interviews with the young people examine the challenges to their education, living on the edge of poverty and risks they are exposed to in order to bring low priced produce to American tables. This movie is partially in English and partially in Spanish with subtitles and is great for either a Spanish or a Social Studies class that is examining the complicated problem of immigration in our country. Movie guide contains questions that follow the film in chronological order. Film opens the door to great discussions about whether or not we should pay more for our food in order to provide a better standard of living for the people who bring it to our stores.