Cops in a small town near the Mexican border find themselves caught up in a scheme that smuggles illegal aliens into the country.

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Cops in a small town near the Mexican border find themselves caught up in a scheme that smuggles illegal aliens into the country.

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An ex-cop. To escape the violence, he quit the force. The violence followed him.

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Action | Crime | Drama

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19 September 1986 (USA)  »

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American Justice  »

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$492,367 (USA)
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Referenced in Shakedown (1988) See more »

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Body Builder Blues
Music Composed and Produced by Craig Huxley
Published by Shades Music Company
Courtesy of Sonic Atmospheres Records
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Some of these unseen movies are better than the hits.
30 August 2016 | by (Victoria, BC) – See all my reviews

I agree with a couple of the other reviews: a 'sleeper', and I was also lucky to find an old VHS copy in the sale bin at a video store a while back. Given the fairly high profile of the "Simon & Simon" TV stars, certainly at the time this was made, it is somewhat surprising that it went absolutely below the radar. Compared to big name movies with similar subject matter (like "The Border"), this film does a very good job of treating the issue of illegal border crossings from Mexico with a lot of depth, and I would say that in some ways it is even superior in drawing you into the characters situations - a sense of reality that is often missing from more polished or fast paced movies. I strongly recommend viewing if you like any of the actors, or are interested in this sort of story.


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