What is it, Rolf?
Your nephew is here.
Can you put this in the box, please?
Hugo! Welcome back to Malibu.
I have been waiting for this for weeks.
So, what's the big surprise you have planned for me this year?
Are we taking your private jet somewhere cool?
Can I buy sneakers in Shanghai?
Well, we are going on a journey of sorts.
Now that you're 14 and on the road to manhood,
I've decided to tell you my life story.
You're worth hundreds of millions of dollars,
and your gift to me is a story?
Believe me, Hugo...
...what I'm about to tell you
is more valuable than any amount of money.
But I already know your whole rags-to-riches thing.
You grew up on the poor streets of Mexico,
blah, blah, blah, and now you own, like, 50 companies.
So, yes. Yes, I have many houses,
lots of cars, an all-white butler.
100% too. I had him do a 23andMe.
But it's important for you to know how I got here.
You have no connection to our family's history.
You can't even speak Spanish without
sounding like a spring breaker in Cancún.
My Spanish I am very good.
It's just sad for everyone.
This story is about me, but it's also...
It's also about a place that changed everything.
And this is better than Shanghai because?
Maybe this will help.
Uncle Máximo, how does this story start?
That's a great question, Hugo.
It all starts... in Acapulco.
Back when I was growing up,
Acapulco was the destination for the very rich and the very famous.
Elvis Presley, Liz Taylor, Cary Grant--
I have never heard of any of those people.
Quiet. I'm on a roll.
And the center of it was Las Colinas.
The most glamorous resort of all.
对游客来说 拉斯科林纳斯 和阿卡普尔科是充满魅力的度假胜地
For tourists, Las Colinas and Acapulco were a magical getaway.
But for locals, it was a different story.
By age eight,
I was doing everything I could to help the family.
But the only real way to make a better life
was to get a job at Las Colinas.
Just like Don Pablo did.
Don Pablo Bonilla was a former street kid
who had charmed his way into a job at Las Colinas.
But to me, he was a legend.
I still remember the day he came back to the old neighborhood.
Don Pablo! I want to be like you when I grow up!
Careful what you wish for, kid.
Here… this is for you.
Stay away from him, son.
I already told you anything he has comes straight from the devil's lair!
That night, I went up to the roof of our building
and told my sister that one day I would work at Las Colinas,
and it would change everything.
Of that, I was certain.
爸爸 这一天终于到来了 我真正工作的第一天
Well, Dad, it's here. My first day at a real job.
You have any advice for me?
Okay, maybe next time then.
无论如何 今天请保佑我 好吗
Anyway, watch over me today, will you?
I don't want to mess this one up.
Not just for me, but for our family.
Your abuelita was working
three housekeeping jobs just to support us.
But also, her eyesight was failing,
and we didn't know how much longer she could keep working.
Even though your dad's not here to say it, we're both so proud of you.
All your coworkers at the bus depot are going to love you.
I love you, dear brother!
I'll have dinner ready for you when you get home.
Wait. Hold on. That's my mom?
There's just no way she was ever like that.
Okay, you're right.
It was more like...
Good luck at work.
Enjoy being just another cog in the wheel of capitalism!
The moment we've been waiting for our entire lives is here!
You lost your virginity?
That's big news!
Who'd you do it with? Your third cousin?
Don't tell me it was your second cousin. Any closer than a third cousin is weird.
不 我没破处 这是更好的消息
No, no. I didn't lose my virginity. This is better news!
Well, maybe just as good.
My neighbor Tito has a buddy, Jorge,
whose brother is Miguel,
and Miguel said that his friend, Francisco, told him
that Las Colinas Resort put out an announcement
that they're hiring new staff!
And I got us interviews there this morning!
Wow, that's amazing!
But I can't.
Today's my first day of work at the bus depot.
But this has always been our biggest dream!
Just picture your mom,
her eyes totally healed.
And she's in a huge oceanside mansion
not because she's cleaning it, but because you bought it for her!
The service entrance is around the back.
Go on, get over there!
I hate interview day.
I don't even know what to put here.
What do you mean you were
"President of Advertising for a late-night entertainment company"?
Of course I was!
What would you call passing out flyers for the city's most popular strip club?
I'd call it lying, Memo.
No, it's called embellishing.
You gotta stand out.
Go see Miss Garcia. Last office on the left.
As I walked past the other applicants,