The production in the film is that it helps in depicting antagonism of inevitable nature between work forces and management depicting the tensed long history between Anglo and Mexican Americans. The production also depicts the even more recent tension between men and women. The initial scenes produced in the film are that they result in immediately establishing the conflict between men and women along with exploring the conflict of apparent nature between issues of women and issues of men (Wilson and Deborah 26). The camera depicts the work of Esperanza and Ramon for example where one is chopping timber for fire and doing other chores while other is doing some technical works such as dynamite lighting fuse in the mining shaft darkness. The scenes production depicts problems and importance of both these kinds of tasks. Within the last sequence, not only camera but also script focus over different struggles coalescence and this forges the class identity unification. Such a sequence is literally convergence one with spatial reflection of politics as people start pouring towards the eviction scene (Wilson and Deborah 26). Initially, the viewer is only able to know some people, but then the viewer in a few scenes realizes that these few represent a vast majority. The director and the producer ensured that the film’s conclusion is powerful and as the structure of the film was built over it, it is also believable to some extent. The power lies not only within narrative suspense relief, but also in knowing who won.