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Miss Bala

Suspenseful Mexican crime thriller involves the plight of Laura Guerrero (Stephanie Sigman), a poor Tijuana salesgirl who dreams of winning the local beauty pageant. However, after witnessing a bloody nightclub shootout, Laura is abducted by gangsters and forced into their violent world of drug trafficking. Now her path to the crown is guided by the thugs who have her do their bidding in order to keep her dreams - and her family - alive.

Year: 2011
Genre: Drama, Thrillers & Suspense, Latin America Cinema, Film Festivals 2012, 2013
Country: Mexico
Director: Gerardo Naranjo
Starring: James Russo, Stephanie Sigman, Noe Hernandez, Lakshmi Picazo, Leonor Vitorica, Irene Azuela, Jose Yenque
Duration: 108 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Violence, offensive language and sex scenes
Subtitles: Yes
6.5/10
Location in store: Foreign (Latin America)

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