The narrator is moving out of the country with his family to live in the city and go to a school that speaks English. The narrator's father believes that this school will give him a better education than the school in the country. His uncle Luis is not happy about this.
The narrator on his first day of school runs into the school bully, Chango. He steps on Chango's foot and at recess Chango meets the narrator to fight. The narrator "wins", and Chango invites the narrator to join his gang, Los Indios.
Los Indios enjoys going to the movies every Saturday. The narrator pays for his ticket and sneaks them all in the theater. They cheer for the Mexican characters, good or bad.
There is a new kid to the narrator's neighborhood, Denver. The narrator doesn't like him, but the narrator's parents suggest he go to the movies with Denver. The narrator hates this idea, but goes to the movies anyway.
Los Indios is confused when they see the narrator with Denver, because Denver is white. the narrator explains that Denver can be a part of Los Indios because he is an albino Indian. Los Indios is hesitant to let him join the gang and watch movies with them, but they let Denver join the group.
He's an albino Indian!
Los Indios and Denver now go to the movies together every Saturday and are friends.