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In America begins with Christy asking her little brother Frankie to grant her a wish and it ends with the same thing Christys wishes are an important part of the film whether you believe that these wishes cause things to happen within the characters lives or not Christys first wish is to get her family over the border into America When the family comes to the border and is speaking with the patrolman they say they are there on holiday but Ariel blurts out DADDY DOESNT HAVE A JOB which causes the whole family to instantly tense Christy makes her wish on Frankie and the family is allowed into the country without any hassle Christys second wish takes place at the carnival when Johnny is trying to win an ET doll for Ariel The game requires that you double down on your money for each extra throw and Johnny determined to not let his children see him fail reaches a point where they have to keep buying throws because they cannot afford to lose the money When Johnny reaches his final throw with all their rent money on the line Christy makes her wish She comments that her father always continued to believe it was him that won the ET doll Christys final wish and perhaps the most valuable of all was originally being held for her mothers labor Christy is carefully planning the wish as her mother will lose the baby if it comes too early and her own life if it comes too late Christys mother goes into labor early but both the baby and Sarah survive without Christys wish What Christy does for the baby instead is to be her donor for a blood transfusion Say goodbye to Frankie dad Say it two of the best lines in the movie but the thing is the dad doesnt do it on his own but with Christys final wish Christy wishes for Frankie to
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