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Red Passport (2003)

Pasaporte rojo (original title)
The film tells the story of Fabio Reyes, a former counterfeit artist who after serving 10 years of a 25 year sentence wants nothing more than to rekindle his relationship with his long-lost... See full summary »

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Frank Molina ...
Fabio Reyes
Maite Bonilla ...
Sonia
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Cojo
Bobby DeJesus ...
Jules Graciolett ...
Chory
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Juan (as Teddy Garces)
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Vinny
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Theresa
Alipio 'Coco' Cabrera ...
Alexis
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Gavi
Danilda Cruz ...
Lola (as Danilda Diaz)
Anabella Zubillaga ...
Altar Customer
Stan Carp ...
Sal
Carlos 'Panama' Knight ...
Tico
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Jose
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The film tells the story of Fabio Reyes, a former counterfeit artist who after serving 10 years of a 25 year sentence wants nothing more than to rekindle his relationship with his long-lost daughter and live peacefully. But life isn't that fair and demons never die. As Fabio embarks on a roller-coaster ride of deception, lies, suspense and murder, nothing turns out to be as it seems. Written by Albert Xavier

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The price of a man's freedom can cost everything..

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Biography | Crime | Drama

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R
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20 September 2003 (USA)  »

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* Entertaining action movie *
26 March 2004 | by (Buenos Aires, Argentina) – See all my reviews

It might be defined like by a good double chapter of Miami Vice, really it looked to me like a very entertaining movie, with a script without pretensions beyond the genre.

Very good the performances, especially that of the "lame man".

The direction was correct as the photography.

I saw it in the parallel shows of the Mar del Plata Film festival to tint a all of the heavy movies in competition, and happily it fulfilled its objective fully.

I recommend it to who wants to distract with a movie of shots that does not exaggerate in the violence and puts the accent in the script.


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