Tijuana Bible (2019)64K
Tijuana Bible: Directed by Jean-Charles Hue. With Paul Anderson, Adriana Paz, Noé Hernández, Giancarlo Ruiz. Holed up in Tijuana on a path to self-destruction, an Iraq veteran seeks deliverance by helping a young Mexican woman navigate the underworld in a quest for her long-lost brother.
“Between mexico and usa, life and death, heaven and hell, dreams and mares, and in the end on the mexican side, you end up in the 7th circle of hell, where the meth stings so bad that only a sacred lady my revive you back to the rotten life of living.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eim impressed how paul anderson has lost a lot of weight to act out the role as and severly drug addicted u.s. ex-marine, to make him look like pow from the balkan wars, or like an auswitch prisoner ww2, and you may draw similarities to them, the borderwall plays a significant role in this search and maybe rescue operation in and around tijuana mexico.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eoh its a harsh story about a woman trying to find her brothers whereabouts, on a place where the cartells rule and the law and order of omerta is the one and only.. there are extremely realistic settings and locations when shooting this film, and i couldnt find many scenes shot in a studio environment here. it has some filmographic issues with shaking cams and some distorted sound here and there, but all over a sincere try .u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eacting are very good by the main cast, the extras though seems to act from a bid of a syringe of meth. but allover a depressing tale of surtain humans destiny and loss. its a harsh reality in a tough world nowadays, and a recommend from the grumpy old man”