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Living on One Dollar Throughout watching the film, it was fascinating to see how Chris, Zach, Ryan, and Sean learned to adapt and survive over their eight-week journey in Guatemala. The ways they decided to simulate poverty – the random number picking out of a hat for how much money they would make in a day and taking out a loan – was quite thought-provoking and impressive. The most interesting part of the film, however, was to see the development of their relationships with people such as Chino and Anthony. Both Chino and Anthony opened their lives and homes to them without question and were eager to learn and be a part of the documentary – it was notably one of the most beautiful aspects of the film. One of the more difficult parts of the film was seeing the reality of poverty in Guatemala. When one of the villagers, Victor, was explaining how his children only eat tortillas and salt and little energy due to the lack of food was very

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