FERNANDO AND ADRIAN

Life for Fernando, 11, and AdriŠn, 10, is a continuous fight -- both in their daily lives and in the wrestling arena. Some call these two brothers luchadorcitos del sem√°foro (little wrestlers of the street lights). Each day, they put on their wrestling masks and grab a metallic chair to use as a theatrical prop, a ritual that opens their street show. But wrestling is not only a game when they are on the asphalt asking for money to the drivers- it is how they make a living supporting their parents and their little brother.- " Wrestling means everything to me" Adri√°n says, "We wrestle to bring home the daily bread. This is wrestling while fighting to survive", Fernando asserts. To keep them going in the face of exhaustion, the brothers cling to the dream of one day catch the eye of a professional wrestler or promoter, then become famous wrestler, travel around the world and perform in the U.S.A. One day, they win tickets from a local radio station to a highly anticipated wresting show in Tijuana's main stadium. With ferocious determination, they plan to sneak into the ring during the show to perform in front of the audience, in hopes that their talent will carry them out of the streets, forever. With no money to buy wrestling gear or train in a gym, they must find creative ways to make it happen...