Crossing Point

Synopsis: A young American couple in love, Michael (Shawn Lock) and Olivia (María Gabriela de Faría) vacation in Baja, but things take a frightening turn when Olivia is kidnapped by a drug dealer, who demands that Michael smuggle a backpack full of cocaine-stolen from a rival cartel-over the border into the U.S. within twelve hours or else Olivia will be killed. A Tijuana Cop is on the trail, as Michael navigates the treacherous underworld of Mexico, and he himself becomes a force to be reckoned with...
Genre: Action, Thriller
Director(s): Daniel Zirilli
Production: Conflict Pictures
92 min

Do you love her?

I know you do.

It's 5 kgs of cocaine.

I'm giving it to you.

Oh, but it f***ing belongs to me.

Because I have something

that belongs to you.

You have 12 f***ing hours.


- Trey.

- I'm on vacation.

We're smuggling drugs in Mexico.

No, I wouldn't call it "smuggling".

What do you think the cops

are gonna call it down here, huh?

- I don't know. "Gringo ??."? I don't know.

- You're a f***ing idiot.

Well, we made it through,

so I suggest we smoke it.

- Of course you do.

- Relax Michael.

It's Mexico, not Switzerland.

What do we have here?

Another gringo.

Well, detonated.

I do not know why keep coming here.

- What do we have?

- Nothing.

- Nothing?

- Nothing.

- I was not with the wallet?

- Not Identity or mobile.

Check digital and dental records.

Try to identify him.

- I will ask Hector to search for missing persons.

- Yes.

- He did not come alone.

- No.


- How are your children?

- Very well.

- And wife?

- Let's taking.

Hey, aren't you going to surf?

The waves are too big for you, today?

Oh, my God.


Let me go!

Let me go!

This is the place. Be ready.

Let's move.

Watch out.

And now?

We wait.

She's so f***ing hot!

Are you sure

about this girl, honestly?

If she says "yes",

I'm gonna settle down with this one.


No way.

After just six months?

Micheal, are you...

You're kidding, right?

So I guess you are not coming

to the club tonight.

There you go.

Ready? Come on.

- Are you ready?

- Affirmative.

Roger that. Let's move.


- Tony!?

- Keep 'em busy!

- Tony, are you there?

- Move!


- Damn it! Call reinforcement.

- Copy that.

Come on, let's go!

- What's the situation?

- Tony and the others died.

You look beautiful.

Thank you.

I told you this place is amazing.

Surreal, almost.

Not a lot of people around, huh?

You see those luxury hotels?


Yeah, they overbuilt.


Well, just when their economy crashed,

the president declared war on drugs.

The media blew it out of proportions,

tourists got scared.

They stopped building.

I wanna meet your family.

Can I?


Sure. Let's do it.

Just let me get me bag from the room.

I'll see you in the lobby.

Do you really think that?

F***, no, man.

?? for the night, bro.


- Hello, sir.

- Come on.

Uh, what do you call the ??

Excuse me.


Did you, by any chance, see a young woman?

She is wearing a pink dress.

She's about 5'7".

No, sir. I'm sorry. I didn't see.

- Alright. Thanks.

- You're welcome.


Go to the hotel entrance.

You have two minutes. Come alone.

Get in! Come on!

Come on!

Oh, yeah!

I love you! I love you!


We lost.

You're gonna deliver it

across the border to San Diego.

If it's lost, stolen

or you get arrested, she'll die.

If it's damaged in any way,

she'll die.

It is there.

Thank you.

If you try to go back to your hotel

or contact the police, I'll know.

Because I'll be watching you,

And I your f***ing throat myself.

- Destination?

- Tijuana.

Sign here, please.

Good morning, our last stop

will be in the central area.

The day is very hot,

keep the windows open, please. Thank you.

- Valence.

- We can we see mais tarde?

By noon.

- Can Be.

- Come alone. I'm working.

Are you okay?

- You don't look good.

- I am fine.


Your eye is bleeding.

Can I?

Excuse me, sir.

Can I clean your boots?

- For 20 pesos, you've the shiny new.

- It's okay.

Is that the best you can do?

Look who is talking.

- Look at you. You look like a mouse.

- You smell like one.

Hey, I'm sorry about your partner.

Who told you that?

The street have ears.

Something bad happened?

Tell me, what were you doing in Baja?

I just came down for my friend's surf.


I live a mile from the beach and never go.

Maybe I should.

Yeah, you should.

What do you know about the gringos

found dead at the border?

The gringos are not my problem.

Maybe, they came looking for a problem

and they found it.

Or maybe they put where they should not.


But I think it has something to do with drugs.

They found something?

There were drugs in the blood?

No. I seemed to do this,

but there are coincidences that can not be ignored.

People are taken.

They get one and force the other

to cross drugs.

They can not cross themselves?

Because it is stolen.

Or a broken cartel controls the entire north.

How many dead?


We arrived in the central area.

Thank you for traveling

on the green bus.

Thanks. For cleaning me out.

- Tenham a great day.

Hey! Stop that girl!

She stole my backpack.

I want it back.

Kill him.

Come on!

Finish him.

F*** him, f*** him off.

Come on! Come on!

- Yeah!

- Yeah, yeah!

Come on! Come on!


Hey, wait a minute.

Release the dogs.

- Enough!

- Shut up, Lucy!

Bring him up!

That was one hell of a move

you pulled down there.

But if you were me,

I would have let the train blow you.

It'd cut you right in half.

This does not belong to you.

Cartel often wrap their dope

in a specific manner.

It's like a signature.

For example,

The Venegas Cartel

wraps their dopes like a cocoon.

La Sombra wraps their dope crisscrossed.

This is crisscrossed. Unbroken seal.

Anyone of us try to move this dope...

It could start a war...

or be a death sentence.

What makes it less than worthless to me.

In fact, it is a liability.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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