"Ask The Dust" was originally a novel by the incomparable John Fante, American author who was a major influence on writer Charles Bukowski.
Fante's novel is a stunning, humorous and tragic novel that has become a classic in 20th century American literature. The movie is about average; I imagine it would be difficult to translate Fante's style onto the screen.
These are very attractive young people making rather cliched mistakes that some young people make. It didn't hold my interest.
The inferiority complex that one can get when its ethnicity is denied trying to pretend to be someone you're not. This portrayed a story about an Italian who hated his roots and a Mexican woman who felt the same about her's. She was okay to bed but not marry and he was rejected because he didn't fit the par according to others. They thought by being Gringo society would accept them. It's the character of the person that counts, not where you come from.
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