186 Dollars to Freedom

Synopsis: A young California surfer, Wayne Montgomery, gets framed on phony drug charges and thrown into a Peruvian political prison for communist dissidents in 1980. Wayne encounters a series of eccentric and dangerous characters in prison who compel him to grow up in a hurry and find a way to escape. Based on a true story.
Genre: Action, Drama
Director(s): Camilo Vila
Production: Gravitas
  2 wins.
101 min

Ever since I was little

People have said that I was stubborn.

For me, it has always

acted on principles.

The country is facing its first

democratic elections in 15 years.

They stick. Run, run!

Now you should be worried.

Based on a true story.

- For better texts

You stupid bastards.

Get him.

Three days earlier.

I came to Peru for the sake of the waves,

but I also love Latin women.

If you are a gringo surfer in Peru

one is king, it was said.

Then I met her.

School teachers have been on strike

several weeks.

I am free.

You like to run, right?

- Take him away.

- Take off his shoe.

- What?

- Take off his shoe.

F*** you!

"What are you doing? No! No, please!

Do not do it!

Now you will not

to run again ... gringo.


What is this?

He ran, but I got him.

- He broke his toe on me.

- Who asked you to talk?

Wayne Reed Montgomery.


Gutierrez, remove his handcuffs.

Wash his pants.

- Are you serious?

- I do not want to repeat myself.

You seem to forget that I am

officer and police investigators on the PIP.

Should I be impressed?

Piss Nisse.

Holy sh*t ...

Yes, in town. I'll call you later.

Put yourself.

- Do you know why you're here?

- No, I have no idea.


- Your full name, please.

- Wayne Reed Montgomery.

- When did you come to Peru?

- For about four months ago.

- Why have you stayed so long?

- I have a girlfriend.

- Like Peruvian girls?

- Yes, but one is enough.

Funnily. I like American girls.

Charlie's Angels.

- Will it take long?

- Do not worry.

Oops, we have a small problem.

- You have worked your permanent visa has expired.

- That's why I'm here.

Yes. We come down immediately.

- Why were you trying to escape?

- Because I was afraid.

- Then usually have something to hide.

- I hide nothing, sir.

We must examine the

Before we show you.

I discuss the matter with

the American Consulate.

- I do not know what to say, Dad.

- Do not you want something to eat?

No, I'm not hungry.

Long live the proletariat!

Down with the military dictatorship!

Down with capitalist exploitation!

Long live the struggle of the people!

Comrades! Let's work to get

Remove American capitalism.

A round of applause for the revolution, comrades!

- From the USA?

- Yes.

- Why are you here?

- For visa has expired, I think.

- What is your name?

- Wayne Montgomery.

My name is Jaime Luna. Chairman

of the organizing committee.

- Nice to meet you.

- Welcome, Wayne.

We are many, prison is small.

To maintain order, hygiene

and decency, we have certain rules.

First We clean the prison three times a day.

We scrubs, cleans and disinfects.

Is the home clean mind is clear.

We are not criminals.

Our language should reflect

our discipline and our intentions.

You can sleep with a companion.

The best way is to sleep skavftters.

It may be uncomfortable for

mate does not have good fothygien.

Everyone must wash

feet before bedtime.

You may sleep with Nicaragua.

Get up.

Nicaragua. He'll sleep with you.

Get up. There is work to do.


- Kissinger! Have you porn magazines?

- Adult Magazines? No.

I have none.

Kissinger. Do not go.

Wash not feet

I'll kill you ... like a pig.

Do you know what a pig is?

While you're dreaming

on U.S. ... P*ssy.

- Do you understand?

- Where is the bathroom?

Luna, who is the new recruit?

- A friend from the U.S..

- A gringo?

Another socialist who

to save the oppressed people.

Gringo, come here.

- When do we eat?

- Eat?

You can eat Nicaragua

all night if you want.

Here, gringo, Peruvian beer.

- It's the f***ing piss.

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