In life, there's silver, and there's lead, says Rikki Ortega, as he moves to be king of the street in "Ánglio," L.A.'s east side. Older brothers and a brother-in-law are in his way. While they think they are driving out the Rojas, a local gang that runs the meth trade for bosses in Cabo San Lucas, Rikki is running an elaborate double-cross on his own family. He's not happy just to run this fratricidal con, he also wants to cash in as much as he can of one hundred kilos of crystal meth that he stole from the Rojas (and the Mexicans), seduce the girlfriend of one of his victims, and stay ahead of a cop who was a childhood friend. Will he end up with the silver?
Shakespeare's Richard the Third in 21st Century Los Angeles.
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for violence, drugs, sexuality and language
Did You Know?
Two actors who played brothers "Eduardo & Jorge Ortega" on screen, ironically have the same last name in real life but are not brothers in real: Timothy Paul Perez (Eduardo Ortega) and Manny Perez (Jorge Ortega). See more
Jon Seda's character of 'Rikki' has a scar across his face making it look like he was knifed at some point and it caught his eye also . So he has one brown eye and one blue eye. So in some scenes he has the brown/blue eye thing going on and in other scenes, it's quite obvious he has both eyes brown. See more
Adagio del Ray
Arranged by R. Donez
Performed by José Souc
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