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Suzette Couture (writer)
Agatha Dominik (writer)
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Release Date:
4 November 2012 (USA) See more »
A Daughter's Fight for her Mother's Freedom.
A woman takes an innocent vacation in Ecuador but ends up being wrongly imprisoned for drug trafficking. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Barbara Hershey ... Sandra Chase

Rachael Leigh Cook ... Tammi Chase

Vincent Irizarry ... Nick Sakeris

Nicholas Gonzalez ... Alex

Michael Hyatt ... Congresswoman Brown

Derek Ray ... Robbie Chase

Emily Baldoni ... Shannon (as Emily Foxler)

David Gautreaux ... Andrew
Kristina Lilley ... Gretchen
Cristina Marchan ... Sister Marta (as Cristina Marchán)
Rita Bendek ... Rosa

Frank Cuervo ... Vasquez
Luna Baxter ... Lisa

Alex Bakalarz ... Tony Rodriguez
Santiago Bejarano ... VP Augusto
Juan Carlos Solarte ... Interpol Agent
Barry Fredericks ... Charlie Wise
Reina Sanchez ... Female Inmate
Fernando Castroman ... Airline Employee

Directed by
Leon Ichaso 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Suzette Couture  writer
Agatha Dominik  writer

Produced by
Andrés Calderón .... consulting producer (as Andres Calderon)
Tammi Chase .... executive producer
Laurence Ducceschi .... co-producer
Juliana Florez .... Head of Physical Productions
Lizzie Friedman .... executive producer
Greg Little .... executive producer
Lorenzo O'Brien .... producer
Danielle von Zerneck .... executive producer
Frank von Zerneck .... executive producer
Original Music by
Laura Karpman 
Cinematography by
Claudio Chea 
Film Editing by
Quincy Z. Gunderson 
Casting by
Kendra Castleberry 
Makeup Department
Olga Turrini Bernardoni .... key makeup artist
Olga Turrini Bernardoni .... makeup designer
Production Management
Claudia Roca Bravo .... unit production manager
Cynthia Stegner .... post production executive (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Fernando Castroman .... first assistant director
Rodrigo Trujillo .... second assistant director
Art Department
Maria Andrea Rangel .... art department coordinator
Sound Department
Todd Brodie .... adr mixer
Joel D. Catalan .... re-recording mixer (as Joel Catalan)
Tim Chilton .... foley artist
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor
Alejandro Eusse .... additional adr recordist
Tamara Johnson .... re-recording mixer
Peter Johnston .... sound recordist
Arielle McGrail .... adr editor
Leonel Pedraza .... sound mixer
Richard S. Steele .... sound editor
David Torres .... foley mixer
José Hernán Valenzuela .... adr recordist
Visual Effects by
Robert D. Bailey .... visual effects artist
Cameron Starke .... visual effects artist
Richard S. Steele .... visual effects supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
Juan Manuel Barreto .... gaffer
Leonardo Cubillos .... digital imaging technician
Casting Department
Carla Hool .... casting consultant
Rodrigo Trujillo .... local casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Julian Grijalba .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Justin Pastryk .... post-production assistant
Clarinda Wong .... assistant editor
Music Department
Camilla Uboldi .... mandolin
Other crew
Nathalie Rodriguez Martinez .... production coordinator
Karla Roldan .... script supervisor
Ramiro Salgado .... production coordinator
Guillermo Morales Vitola .... translator (as Guillermo Morales)

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14 out of 25 people found the following review useful.
I did not finish watching it, 18 May 2013
Author: Czr Ferdinand O'Hara from Oviedo, Florida.

I am Ecuadorian Citizen and I am very familiar, off course, with how towns look like, as well streets, people, jails, sceneries, laws, etc. The first fake things I watched like towns, music, people, the way people speaks Spanish, the horrendous inner jails world and legal system did move me to a scrutiny attitude; it's like watching a true history happened in the US and filmed in any other country. Americans would notice it immediately. I don't understand why, if the movie is related to a true history happened in Ecuador, why they had to film in a totally different locations? Everything in the "Ecuadorian" environment is Colombian. Perhaps someone could tell me that filming in Ecuador would be very dangerous, but that is not true once more. So it would be very smart and fair that the movie Productors made clear the year that this story happened, because right now at this very moment, Ecuador, a small country but one of the most beautiful in the whole world, is the home of thousands of retired Americans where they live happy. And I don't think they would stay there for 24 hours knowing the "inhumanity chaos" supposedly happening there. It's just to honor the people who suffered this terrible time, Ecuador and us, the spectators.

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