This undated promotional image released by Warner Bros. Studios shows actors, from 

This undated promotional image released by Warner Bros. Studios shows actors, from left, Luis Gerardo Mendez, Juan Pablo Gil, Gonzalo Vega and Karla Souza in the movie "Nosotros los Nobles," or “We are the Nobles.”  The Mexican riches-to-rags movie has opened to packed theaters in a country with one of the world's widest income gaps, and a love for laughing at misfortune.  In Mexico, 10 percent of the people held nearly 40 percent of the wealth in 2010, according to the Economic Commission for Latin America.  The world's richest man, Carlos Slim, holds more than 6 percent himself.  (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Studios)
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This undated promotional image released by Warner Bros. Studios shows actors, from left, Luis Gerardo Mendez, Juan Pablo Gil, Gonzalo Vega and Karla Souza in the movie "Nosotros los Nobles," or “We are the Nobles.” The Mexican riches-to-rags movie has opened to packed theaters in a country with one of the world's widest income gaps, and a love for laughing at misfortune. In Mexico, 10 percent of the people held nearly 40 percent of the wealth in 2010, according to the Economic Commission for Latin America. The world's richest man, Carlos Slim, holds more than 6 percent himself. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Studios)
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