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In a desperate attempt to save their daughter Chole from a rare disease, Paul (Dermot Mulroney) and Diane (Diane Kruger) go to dangerous lengths to find her a lung donor. Paul and Diane find themselves involved in the middle of a criminal underworld medical ring in Mexico. As Paul races against the clock, he is forced to partake in illict operations that endanger his life as he fights for his daughter’s.
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So why did this movie not get a proper cinema release? It's treatment of the material is uncompromising and unsentimental, especially the ending, which will shock many viewers. Despite good production values, good storytelling and a strong cast I suspect it was a bit too challenging for mainstream US audiences. However, it is worth seeking out for viewers who can look beyond the latest blockbuster cinema releases.
The poverty and dangers of just being in Mexico are well created by the writers and director and Mulroney is no ex Special Forces expert thankfully(for a change) and has to take some hard hits along the way which added to the realism of this film.
The shortage of organs available to moderately rich Western countries is highlighted,and the trade in this field is ever-growing.Its all about supply and demand,just like drugs.
Certainly a thought provoking piece of cinema and I agree with a previous reviewer's pertinent comment that this film should have been given a wider audience.
During his search for the doctor he is mugged, beaten and robbed but he eventually finds the doctor and his daughter is taken to Mexico for her transplant. As you would expect things take a turn for the worst and it all goes pear shaped.
Really great film with some superb acting - quite short at under an hour and a half but none the worse for it.
Explorer organ traficking in Mexico and underhand deeds of the authorities.
Can highly recommend this.
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