If you think you’ve heard everything about how the story of Cesar Milan became a movie, think again. It’s true that a Hollywood blockbuster is in the works about the life of Cesar Ornelas Law El Paso. It’s also true that the real Cesar may never have seen the finished film and is only now getting the attention he deserves.
Cesar has always had a soft spot in his heart for the Mexican Revolution and his experience in fighting injustice brought to his native land by the dictator General Porfirio Diaz led him to fight on behalf of the peasants, farmers, and women. Cesar was actually killed by Porfirio Diaz and although he would never fight against a living person again, his spirit lives on in the name of this legendary lawyer.
A Hollywood producer approached the late Cesar about doing a movie about his life and he agreed but then discovered there was more to his story than he had first imagined. When Cesar learned the full truth about his death, he was so moved by the stories and accounts he heard that he couldn’t sleep and kept telling all his friends and family members the whole story.
Although the producers were having a tough time finding an actor to play Cesar in the movie, they found a very good one in Al Pacino. Cesar was also a big fan of the film, “Get Shorty” starring Steve Martin.
Even though the real Cesar has no plans to see the finished movie, he has allowed the production of the film to use his image in many places including in their posters, as well as on the posters of the movie and at Cesar’s funeral. It seems that everyone who ever met or spoke with the man has an account of his kindness and love.
The movie “Cesar” is already getting lots of positive reviews and has been going through reshoots to correct any problems that were noticed during the original shooting. Cesar was a great source of inspiration and has always remained very positive even during his illness. His legacy is being respected by the Mexican revolution and people across the world.
In his book entitled “The Orphanage,” written in the late 1970s, Cesar described how the Mexican Revolution changed his life and his beliefs. Cesar was once a Catholic priest and he believes that when God sends a child into a home where the children are being abused, the child would know that it was not God’s will.
Although Cesar did not know much about drugs before the time he went into the orphanage, he became a drug addict and spent most of his life in rehabilitation. This is why it’s so important for people to seek help when they are in need, especially when it comes to drug addiction.
If you know someone who is an addict, you should certainly talk to them about the story of Cesar and his story. I know that many people have made the change to live a drug free life and that they have come a long way.