On his first weekend parole after 5 years in prison, Mark Rodriguez witnesses the armed robbery of a security van. His brother's critical situation and his own feelings of remorse will lead... See full summary »

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Geoffrey Cowper

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Geoffrey Cowper, Jesús Lloveras (as Jesus Lloveras) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jesús Lloveras ... Mark Rodríguez
Sara Casasnovas ... Mia
Javier Beltrán ... Toni Rodríguez
Frank Feys ... Lagueulle
Miko Jarry ... Cresson
Ferran Lahoz Ferran Lahoz ... Policía Veterano
Johnny Melville ... Anfitrión
Jordi Llovet Jordi Llovet ... Freak Gasolinera
Bruno Sevilla ... Policía Joven
Ricardo Mestres Ricardo Mestres ... Jefe Bar
Núria Casas Núria Casas ... Mujer Policía
Cristóbal Olivares Cristóbal Olivares ... Guarda Jurado 1
Amaruk Kayshapanta Amaruk Kayshapanta ... Guarda Jurado 2
Nathalie Legosles Nathalie Legosles ... Novia Anfitrión
Geoffrey Cowper Geoffrey Cowper ... Castle's Cook
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On his first weekend parole after 5 years in prison, Mark Rodriguez witnesses the armed robbery of a security van. His brother's critical situation and his own feelings of remorse will lead him to take desperate measures. His only help will be a young and sexy stripper he met the night before. Written by Breaking Pictures

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An eviction, a robbery, a last chance. See more »


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TV-MA | See all certifications »

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Difficult to believe this is based on true events but not a bad movie.
7 December 2020 | by deloudelouvainSee all my reviews

Tercer Grado (or Day Release for the English title) isn't bad at all if you're looking for some easy entertainment. The movie starts stating it is based on true events. I have my doubts about that to be honest. If this really happened like in the movie I have to say that guy has some serious 'coj..es'. I guess it's a bit romanticized, to make the story look tougher. The acting from the rather small cast was good, and so were the action scenes. It isn't a long movie, just long enough to tell a crazy but entertaining story.


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Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

30 March 2017 (South Korea) See more »

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Budget:

EUR500,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,009
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2.35 : 1
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