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Greencard Warriors (2014)

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Set against the backdrop of George W. Bush’s War on Terror and Barack Obama’s rise to presidency, 14-year-old Angel, an undocumented Latino teen, struggles to find his place in an increasingly violent world. With the promise of naturalization papers, the US Military presents Angel’s family with the opportunity for a brighter future if they send his older brother into the US Army. With his eldest brother gone, Angel is left to the designs of a local street gang, and the family is left to deal with the consequences of the choices they have made.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: March 28th, 2014 (Limited)
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Running Time: 90 minutes
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Keywords: Immigration, Coming of Age, Hispanic, Gangs, Romance, Interracial Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Miriam Kruishoop
Production Countries: United States


Paige Hurd    Jazmine
Adrian Bellani    Rigo
Christianne Christensen    Rosie
Mario Ardila Jr.    Beto
Richard Cabral    Sharkey
Noel Gugliemi    Morales

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Miriam Kruishoop
Producer    Miriam Kruishoop
Producer    Bronwyn Cornelius
Producer    Julian Cautherley
Executive Producer    Bertrand Lipworth
Executive Producer    Cliff Curtis
Executive Producer    Jan Peters
Executive Producer    Marco Pieters
Executive Producer    Kyle Jackson
Co-Producer    Graham Bourne
Co-Producer    Victor Moyers
Co-Producer    Nicholas Jayanty
Co-Producer    Rene Goossens
Co-Producer    Annemiek Van Gorp
Composer    Voodoo Highway
Composer    Toni M. Mir
Production Designer    Angela Stauffer
Editor    Zachery Kashkett
Director of Photography    Helle Jensen

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