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    Hostile Border

    Deported to Mexico, an undocumented illegal immigrant (Veronica Sixtos) forms a dangerous alliance with a smuggler (Roberto Urbina) to try and return to the United States where she was raised.
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  • Actors of "Hostile Border"

  • Directors of "Hostile Border"

    Michael Dwyer. Director of Hostile Border
    Michael Dwyer
    Kaitlin McLaughlin. Director of Hostile Border
    Kaitlin McLaughlin
  • Creators of "Hostile Border"

    Michael Dwyer. Director of Hostile Border
    Michael Dwyer
    Kaitlin McLaughlin. Director of Hostile Border
    Kaitlin McLaughlin
  • Critic Reviews of "Hostile Border"

    Hollywood Reporter
    April 18, 2016

    Despite its promising setup, Hostile Border lacks narrative tension, with the screenplay by co-director Kaitlin McLaughlin never quite coming into dramatic focus.

    Los Angeles Times
    April 15, 2016

    A strong visual sense, intriguing tempo and effective economy of words combine to make Hostile Border an above-average crime thriller.

    L.A. Weekly
    April 15, 2016

    Co-directors Dwyer and Kaitlin McLaughlin prove more adept at the first act's low-key character building than the action-movie showdowns they're building toward, but Claudia's use of a makeshift flamethrower late in the game is an unexpected joy.

    Paste Magazine
    April 21, 2016

    McLaughlin, for whom this is her first feature-length screenwriting credit, gives her characters incisive dialogue that keeps the human relations front and center. She also knows the value of silence and its ability to convey fear, dread and loneliness.

    San Diego Union-Tribune
    April 17, 2016

    It's the sort of movie that has a sense of authenticity to it, even if the circumstances themselves are tremendously dramatic. It's a strong, solid debut from Dwyer, and will hopefully serve as a calling card for him and his talented cast.

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