An El Paso private investigator, Johnny Cash, encouraged by Gloria, his receptionist, takes a charity case investigating the disappearance of a young woman in Juarez, Mexico. Hundreds of ...
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An El Paso private investigator, Johnny Cash, encouraged by Gloria, his receptionist, takes a charity case investigating the disappearance of a young woman in Juarez, Mexico. Hundreds of girls and young women have disappeared in the area after coming to work at maquiladoras - small factories; some corpses are found with missing body parts. Johnny and Gloria interview the missing woman's boss, look for her boyfriend, and talk to a co-worker. The cops are corrupt, so they are on their own. All leads take them to an isolated clinic. Will they be in time to find and save the missing woman? Written by
This movie -i wouldn't call it a film - was terrible in every aspect. Itlooks like it was recorded with a camcorder. The actors - and i use the term loosely- had a hard time acting - and were not at all convincing.The plot was not at all convincing. This was a waste of a rental.Please don't put yourself through the agony of watching this. I suggest renting Bordertown instead or reading Daughters of Juarez - the book is excellent and i would rate it as a 9.5/10. The music is terrible too. The sound effects are very cheesy. The actors that supposedly didn't speak English actually spoke perfect English. The director of this movie should be ashamed. It was almost comical how terrible this movie was. Hope you found this review helpful.
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