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Spare Parts is a 2015 American drama film directed by Sean McNamara and produced by David Alpert, Rick Jacobs, Leslie Kolins Small, George Lopez, and Ben Odell. It is based on the true story of a group of high school students who compete in an underwater robotics competition, first reported in a Wired Magazine story[by Joshua Davis. The film was released on January 16, 2015 by Lionsgate.
In 2004, Wired contributor Joshua Davis published an article titled “La Vida Robot.” It chronicled the remarkable saga of four undocumented Hispanic high school students from Phoenix who entered a NASA-sponsored underwater robotics competition in California … and did better—much better—than anyone anticipated. Now, Soul Surfer director Sean McNamara has brought their story to cinematic life. It’s a classic underdog tale … that also highlights some of the realities facing many illegal immigrants striving to build better lives in America.
Oscar Vazquez is as patriotic a young man as you could hope to find, serving in Carl Hayden Community High School’s Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps program in Phoenix. His dream? To enlist in the U.S. Army. But that dream nearly dies when an Army recruiter starts asking about his birth certificate. Without U.S. documentation, the recruiter says, there’s no way for him to serve.
Discouraged but not down-and-out, Oscar finds a flyer promoting the 5th Annual Underwater Robotics Competition at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He sees the competition—which was won by MIT students the year before—as perhaps his last opportunity apart from the Army to demonstrate what he can do.
But he can’t do it alone.
Enter Fredi Cameron, an unemployed engineer (with a Ph.D.) settling for work as a substitute science teacher at Carl Hayden. Part of the job, Principal Karen Lowry informs him, involves coaching an after-school engineering club. Fredi thinks he’s going to get off easy when no one shows up for the club. Then Oscar walks in the door with his audacious plan to build an underwater robot.
“The competition is in three months,” he tells Fredi, adding, “They scout for internships and jobs.” Fredi agrees to enter the competition as Oscar’s coach, on one condition: The young man has to recruit a support team.
And so he does.
Cristian is a computer savant who spends his time dodging bullies and sleeping in a makeshift shack behind his mother’s trailer. Lorenzo’s as good with mechanics as Cristian is with code, even though his home life with his beer-drinking father and rebellious younger brother is anything but good. And Luis is a quiet-but-muscular presence everyone thinks—mistakenly—has more brawn than brains.
It’s an exciting but volatile mix: four illegal Hispanic adolescents, all with gifts and liabilities, all striving to beat the odds (not to mention evading deportation officials) to change the trajectory of their lives with the help of a struggling substitute teacher searching for meaning almost as desperately as his students. But together they do cobble together a robot—not to mention deep loyalty—as they prepare for a trip to California to show the world what their underwater contraption can do.