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The Arrangement (2013)

A Colombian woman moves to Miami to marry an ambitious politician, in an attempt to leave her troubled past behind.

Director:

Kevin Bray

Writers:

Nicolas Falacci (adaptation), Cheryl Heuton (adaptation) | 1 more credit »
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Bryan Greenberg ... Billy Whitley
Michelle LaBret ... Reporter
Stephanie Sigman ... Lourdes Nieves
Manolo Cardona ... Andrés García Vargas
Amanda Schull ... Melody
Kumail Nanjiani ... Alfred Dalton
John Pankow ... Herman Mackey
Cotter Smith ... Paul Pruitt
Aisha Hinds ... Rosie
Jordi Vilasuso ... Mario Morales
Toby Huss ... Dizzy Pagliouci
Stephen Root ... Avery Boomer
Mario Ernesto Sánchez ... Dan Henriquez
Mike Pniewski ... Roland Fitch
Adam C. Crowe ... Ball Gown Man
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A Colombian woman moves to Miami to marry an ambitious politician, in an attempt to leave her troubled past behind.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 September 2013 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Cicha umowa See more »

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John Pankow and Stephen Root previously appeared in Monkey Shines (1988). See more »

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Miami sunny side up
24 March 2015 | by howardsmith96See all my reviews

Mexico's Miss Bala star Stephanie Sigman plays a Colombian fugitive courted by ambitious young Miami-Dade planning commissioner Bryan Greenberg as a politically expedient 'Green Card' partner. Dealing lightly with corruption, a glossy caper inspired by Elmore Leonard's story When the Women Come Out to Dance, with music pitched midway between sitcom and soap. The script isn't entirely serious either. "Say hello to my little friend," jokes Manolo Cardona. He's referring to the oversize telephoto lens on his Nikon. Despite the Florida setting, this is no Cat Chaser. The neat-and-tidy ending suggests this was intended as a pilot for a TV series. In any event, Ms Sigman is sensational, smart and sexy.


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