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Frontera

by Michael Berry
Ed Harris

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Miguel (Michael Peña) is a hardworking father and devoted husband wrongfully accused of murdering the wife of a former sheriff (Ed Harris) after he illegally crosses the U.S. border. In an effort to help her husband, Miguel's pregnant wife (Eva Longoria) also attempts a crossing, but finds herself in the clutches of corrupt Mexican "Coyote" smugglers. The three find their lives intertwined as the ex-lawman investigates his wife's death and unearths evidence that could destroy one family's future, while saving the lives of the young couple. His discovery forces all sides to examine the complex issues of immigration and human trafficking that deeply affect the U.S. and Mexico. "Frontera" shows that while a border might divide the two countries, it can't divide human decency. 


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Publisher: Magnolia Pictures

Streaming video

  • Release date: June 20, 2014
  • Duration: 01:42:56
  • Number of parts: 1

  • Public Performance: Not permitted

  • 1 of 1 copy available

    Formats

    Streaming video

    subjects

    Feature Film Drama

    Languages

    English

    Miguel (Michael Peña) is a hardworking father and devoted husband wrongfully accused of murdering the wife of a former sheriff (Ed Harris) after he illegally crosses the U.S. border. In an effort to help her husband, Miguel's pregnant wife (Eva Longoria) also attempts a crossing, but finds herself in the clutches of corrupt Mexican "Coyote" smugglers. The three find their lives intertwined as the ex-lawman investigates his wife's death and unearths evidence that could destroy one family's future, while saving the lives of the young couple. His discovery forces all sides to examine the complex issues of immigration and human trafficking that deeply affect the U.S. and Mexico. "Frontera" shows that while a border might divide the two countries, it can't divide human decency. 


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