This undated promotional image released by Warner Bros. Studios shows actor Luis Gerardo Mendez, left, Juan Pablo Gil, center, and Karla Souza in the movie "Nosotros los Nobles." The Mexican riches-to-rags movie, “We are the Nobles” has opened to packed theaters in a country with one of the world's widest income gaps, and a love for laughing at misfortune. More than 1 million people showed up in the first week to see the story of an impresario who fakes a government raid on his riches to teach his children the value of work. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Studios)

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This undated promotional image released by Warner Bros. Studios shows actor Luis Gerardo Mendez, left, Juan Pablo Gil, center, and Karla Souza in the movie "Nosotros los Nobles." The Mexican riches-to-rags movie, “We are the Nobles” has opened to packed theaters in a country with one of the world's widest income gaps, and a love for laughing at misfortune. More than 1 million people showed up in the first week to see the story of an impresario who fakes a government raid on his riches to teach his children the value of work. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Studios)
This undated promotional image released by Warner Bros. Studios shows actor Luis Gerardo Mendez, left, Juan Pablo Gil, center, and Karla Souza in the movie "Nosotros los Nobles." The Mexican riches-to-rags movie, “We are the Nobles” has opened to packed theaters in a country with one of the world's widest income gaps, and a love for laughing at misfortune. More than 1 million people showed up in the first week to see the story of an impresario who fakes a government raid on his riches to teach his children the value of work. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Studios)
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