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In Mexican folklore, La Llorona ("The Weeping Woman") is a ghost of a woman who lost her children and now cries while looking for them in the river, often causing misfortune to those who are near or hear her.The legend of the Mexican legend La Llorona goes that in a royal village of Mexico there lived a young woman by the name of Maria.It had a lot of young kids in the movie, although they were older than her. All of the young actors and actresses were loaded on to a tour bus. There were also other men there who she remembers hearing were studio executives. She does remember walking around this carnival as she put it and seeing the executives pairing off with a couple of the actors or one on one.Everyone was impressed because each seat on the bus had a DVD player waiting for them as a gift to take home. The trip took about two hours from LA and they were served all kinds of kids food on the bus. So, they get off the bus and arrived at this huge ranch. She says they later told her that most were molested or groped.

The query was whether the "back story" of the character they were playing had molested. One actress who responded yes, said as an adult, when she looks back, she realizes how ludicrous it was that the back story of her character would involve being molested. She was only in first grade when she made the movie.

The actor was sent off with a group of men to the carnival while she was followed by this B list actor who asked sexual questions one after the other and excused himself multiple times.

She assumes now he was going off somewhere to pleasure himself and then come back after.

When the helicopter landed, that permanent A lister was waiting there with the director.

Also there was another actor from the movie who is probably B list today.

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