Miss BALA Brings Some Heart-Pounding Drama to the Screen

Thursday 31st, January 2019 / 14:55 Written by
Miss BALA Brings Some Heart-Pounding Drama to the Screen
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Miss BALA Depicts a Woman Who Calls on Her Inner Strength for Survival

Columbia Pictures’ action-packed thriller, MISS BALA, opens in theaters nationwide on February 1, 2019. This movie is based on the Spanish-language film, and is pure action almost from the start.

Miss BALA

Gina Rodríguez (GLORIA) Ismael Cruz (LINO) star in MISS BALA. Photo credit: Gregory Smith

Gloria, a make-up artist in Los Angeles who travels to her home in Tijuana, Mexico to help her childhood friend prepare for a beauty contest. Immediately she is thrown into a literal fight for her life and the life of her friend who was kidnapped. Pitted against a ruthless drug cartel, a corrupt police department and the DEA who uses her to track down the cartel, Gloria doesn’t know who she can trust. Soon she learns to trust no one but instead uses her cunning and strength to help both herself and her friend. The movie gives the viewer an inside look at what happens inside other countries faced with corruption and power struggles. Good drama!

 

Synopsis

Gina Rodriguez stars in Miss Bala as Gloria, a young woman who discovers a strength she never knew she had when her closest friend is kidnapped. As she’s drawn into the dangerous world of cross-border crime, Gloria begins a journey of empowerment that will test her under the most extreme circumstances and force her to undergo a stunning transformation into an extraordinary and relatable hero.

Miss BALA

RicardoAbarca (POYO) Jorge Millán (ORTIZ) Miguel Plata (CHIVO) Erick Delgadillo (TUCAN) Ismael Cruz (LINO) and Gina Rodríguez (GLORIA) star ub MISS BALA. Photo credit: Gregory Smith

Studio: Columbia Pictures
Directed by: Catherine Hardwicke
Screenplay by: Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer
Produced by: Kevin Misher and Pablo Cruz
Executive Producers: Mauricio Katz, Gerardo Naranjo, Catherine Hardwicke, Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer, Samson Mucke, Arturo Sampson, Andy Berman, Jamie Marshall
Cast:  Gina Rodriguez, Ismael Cruz Córdova and Anthony Mackie
Genres: action, drama, thriller
Rated PG-13 for sequences of gun violence, sexual and drug content, thematic material, and language.

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