A disgruntled Mexican cop is forced to work with a teenage hacker to hunt down the criminals who killed his wife, and dismantle their operation.

  • 1 hr 42 minR
  • Apr 22, 2016
  • Action

Cast & Crew

  • ERIC ROBERTSActor

    Roberts is an Academy Award nominee for his role in Runaway Train, and a three-time Golden Globe nominee for Runaway Train, Star 80, and King of the Gypsies. In addition, Roberts received acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival for his role in A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints and It's My Party. He also starred in La Cucaracha, which won Best Film at the Austin Film Festival, and for which Roberts won Best Actor at the New York Independent Film Festival that same year. Other notable performances include his roles in The Dark Knight, Final Analysis, and Paul Thoman Anderson's Inherent Vice for Warner Bros., Millennium Films' Lovelace and The Expendables for Lionsgate. On television, Roberts' memorable recurring roles include USA's Suits, CSI and Code Black for CBS, NBC's Heroes, and Crash for Starz. He has appeared in guest star roles on ABC's Greys Anatomy, NBC's Will & Grace, Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine, CBS' Hawaii Five-O, HBO's Entourage, and so much more. Upcoming, Roberts plays Matt Dillon's doctor in Head Full of Honey, a Warner Bros. Germany production that is directed by Til Schweiger. Emily Mortimer and Nick Nolte also star. He also has a supporting role in the independent Hard Luck Love Song directed by Justin Corsbie. Roberts will play "Skip," a grizzled doorman whom offers advice to characters played by Michael Dorman and Sophia Bush. The film also stars Dermott Mulroney, and American rapper, RZA. Finally, Roberts is set to recur as DEA boss "Erick Sheldon" in La Reina del Sur for Telemundo Global Studio and Netflix. Roberts was born in Biloxi, Mississippi, and grew up in and around the Atlanta area. He began his career in theatre in New York City where he won the Theatre World Award for his role on Broadway in Burn This. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife of 26 years and brood of felines. Roberts is represented by Sovereign Talent Group, Cultivate Entertainment, and Miles Anthony Associates in the UK.
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  • Kevin PollakActor

  • AISLINN DERBEZActor

    Aislinn Derbez is a Mexican actress born and raised in Mexico City, to the artist Gabriela Michel and Eugenio Derbez, who is considered to be one of the greatest and most popular Mexican actors and comedians alive. She is the granddaughter of the Mexican star Silvia Derbez. Aislinn is of Mexican from her maternal grandmother and paternal grandfather, and French from her paternal grandmother and maternal grandfather. Aislinn received the bachelor of Visual Arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She lived in NYC for 4 years (2006-2009), where she studied visual arts, theatre, photography and writing as well. Derbez started as a model at the age of 15. Her acting career started after her studies in NYC, in 2009, in the Mexican film industry, participating in several movies and TV series in Mexico, South America, and Europe. She has starred in more than 15 feature films in the last 7 years (2010-2017), and several TV series as well. She starred the film "A LA Mala" which was a top ten box office hit. Today Derbez is one of the most popular and well-known Mexican actresses of her generation. In 2016 she moved to Los Angeles and has participated in independent films and series like "Win it All", starring with Jake Johnson, directed by Joe Swanberg, and starring the Netflix anthology series "EASY". Derbez and her husband Mauricio Ochmann created the production company "A Toda Madre Entertainment" in California, and are producing content in Mexico and the US.
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  • CAMILA SODIActor

  • ARMANDO HERNANDEZActor

  • Omar ChaparroActor

    A talented and electrifying actor distinguished by his comedic skills, versatility and personality, Omar Chaparro is a magnate in the world of entertainment in Mexico and the US Hispanic Market. His 10 million followers on social media attest to his personable like-ability on screen. In 2018, he was awarded "The Tree of Life", an award given by the International Film Festival of Guadalajara in LA, for outstanding achievements in film and contribution to the LatinAmerican film and television community in the United States. His breakout roles in the American screen include Michael Berry's film "Stuck" which has won awards this 2017 in festivals like Breckenridge Festival of Film and Napa Valley Film Festival and film "Show Dogs" directed by Raja Gosnell and starring Will Arnett and Natasha Lyonne. His latest films include "Compadres", directed by Enrique Begne and starring Eric Roberts and Kevin Pollak and "No Manches Frida" sharing credits with Martha Higareda. "No Manches Frida" was one of the highest 5 grossing films in Mexico. The success of his films makes him a part of a new wave of Latinos changing the landscape of Hollywood today. Omar recently appeared in Detective Pikachu, sharing credits with Ryan Reynolds and Justice Smith. In 2017, Omar sold out over 50 cities in the US with his show "Imparables", including The Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Omar stars in the First Netflix Original film for Latin America, "Como Caido del Cielo" and recently won the People's Favorite Actor for the Canacine Awards.
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