There are few certainties over the next four years in America, but one thing does seem assured: an abundance of Donald Trump–inspired art. Ahead of the curve is Argentinian filmmaker Ale Damiani, whose short film “M.A.M.O.N. — Latino vs. Donald Trump” offers a sci-fi vision of what’s to come should the president-elect make good on one of his primary campaign promises.
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It begins with latinos of all ages and professions falling from the sky into the Mexican desert, where one of them is greeted by a U.S. Customs intercom that looks and sounds like something out of “Idiocracy.” He’s not only denied re-entry to America but given an invoice for taking up the intercom’s time; after he and his cohort begin angrily shouting, a giant Trump robot emerges from the other side of that massive wall we’ve heard so much about.
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“Mr. Trump,” he pleads as the Trumpbot veers toward him, “we are honest people and we only want to ask you to—” and then he gets squashed like a bug. Watch the full six-minute short below to see which unlikely hero eventually emerges.
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