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2008 (USA) See more »
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Over five thousand people illegally cross the border each day. There are areas where crime is at its highest... See more » | Add synopsis »
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A great idea turned into a bad movie experience. See more (5 total) »



Alejandro Antonio ... Salazar
Aldo Ceceña ... Luis Espinoza

Gilbert Chayrez-Chavarria (as Gilbert Chavarria)

Chris Cleveland ... Scott
Eric Felland ... Agent Slade
Daniel Ledesma ... Hector
Wyatt Matson ... Rodriquo

Wes McGee ... Jake

Juan Monsalvez ... Fernando

Daniel Edward Mora ... Raul (as Daniel E. Mora)
Ethan Murphy ... Jake's Son
Rachel Murphy ... Widow's Daughter

Kelly Noonan ... Kate
Rafael Peralta ... Ricardo

Protasio ... Gabe

Vincent Rivera ... Eduardo
Emilio Roso ... Manuel
Andrea Rosso ... Radio Reporter

David Schultz ... Alejandro Guzman
Carmen Lane Silva ... Anita
Ray Torres ... Victor

Robert Vazquez ... Javier

Marian Zapico ... Vanessa

Directed by
David Murphy 
Scott Peck 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
David Murphy  writer
Scott Peck  writer

Produced by
David Murphy .... producer
Scott Peck .... producer
Original Music by
Christopher Peck 
Cinematography by
Scott Peck 
Film Editing by
Jeff Murphy 
Casting by
Douglas Wright 
Production Design by
Gerald Nott 
Makeup Department
Gabriela Banda .... key makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jeff Murphy .... assistant director
Jeff Murphy .... second unit director
Sound Department
Bradford Craig .... sound mixer
Wil Masisak .... production sound mixer
Matt McGowin .... sound mixer (as Matthew McGowan)
Bob Tiwana .... sound re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Jeff Murphy .... visual effects supervisor
Mabon Sofer .... visual effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Eric Felland .... gaffer
Gregson Gabrio .... assistant camera
David Murphy .... camera operator
Jeff Murphy .... camera operator
Sonoko Shimoyama .... best boy electric
Editorial Department
Gerald Nott .... assistant editor
Dana Sustin .... assistant editor
Bob Tiwana .... sound design
Music Department
Steven Bolar .... composer: additional music
Marcello De Francisci .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Holly Lin Henderson .... production assistant
Philip Zlotorynski .... production assistant

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Rated R for strong violence, language, some drug and sexual content
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Javier:You believe me now?... no huh?
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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
A great idea turned into a bad movie experience., 8 May 2008
Author: Stewart from Australia

The 1st scene in this film was great, and had me hooked with the insight of a new storyline and approach to the (IMO overdone) Mexican border scripts that have made it into the movie scene over the years.

After the 1st scene and intro the movie quickly became B grade, with bad acting from the majority of the cast, something you would expect with a lower budget film and first time movie actors.

The other disappointing factor of this film is that scenes jumped left and right, and was very slow (after the intro), making it hard to follow any kind of storyline.

The idea that was put behind the script was great, and in my opinion could have created a hit in the movie scene, however the casting and script itself damaged this potential.

I rated it 3 out of 10 because the potential was there, and the opening scene was good, along with the intro that sucked me into thinking this movie was going to be worth watching. 140 minutes of my life i am not getting back.

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