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Frontera (2014 film)

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Frontera 2014 Film Poster.jpg
Theatrical released poster
Directed by Michael Berry
Produced by
  • Bill Andrew
  • Tracy K. Price
  • Alex Witherill
  • Mike Witherill
  • Eric A. Williams
  • Tina Aldatz
  • Barry Young
Written by Michael Berry
Luis Moulinet III
Starring Eva Longoria
Michael Peña
Ed Harris
Amy Madigan
Music by Darren Tate
Kenneth Lampl
Cinematography Joel Ransom
Edited by Larry Madaras
Ocean Blue Entertainment[1]
Distributed by Magnolia Pictures[2]
Release date
  • July 31, 2014 (2014-07-31)
Country United States


Budget $2.3 million
Box office $59,306[3]

Frontera is a 2014 American drama film directed by Michael Berry. The film stars Eva Longoria, Michael Peña, Ed Harris and Amy Madigan.


On the border between the U.S. and Mexico, Miguel Ramirez (Michael Peña) crosses the border illegally for work. Upon entering the United States, he meets Olivia (Amy Madigan), the wife of Roy (Ed Harris), a former sheriff and the owner of the land Miguel is currently passing through. Olivia gives him and his companion Jose water and a blanket, and departs after telling them there is a highway not too far away where they can try to stop a ride.

Shortly afterwards, local boys who are out shooting their fathers' guns without permission, decide to start shooting at Miguel and Jose in an effort to scare them back across the border. Olivia rides back to investigate, but the shots scare the horse she was riding and she falls and hits her head on a rock. Miguel tries to help while Jose runs off, but is scared away by Roy who came because of the gunfire.

Olivia is pronounced dead by the paramedics, and Jose joins two other illegal Mexican immigrants who break into an American family's house, stealing food, money and a car from them. Meanwhile, Carl finds a job gardening.

A grieving Roy starts investigating his wife's death. He first accuses Miguel, thinking he was trying to steal her horse. He finds the bullet casings the boys left behind, as well as a vigilante who shoots illegal Mexican immigrants. Roy tries to ride after the vigilante's vehicle but can not catch it.

Jose is arrested by state troopers and deported to Mexico. The local police inform Roy that his wife's riding blanket was found in the car. Meanwhile, a cop identifies Miguel based on a description Roy gave the police and arrests him. He is taken into police custody since he is regarded as the prime suspect in Olivia's death and is to be tried for first degree murder. Miguel contacts his wife's parents to tell them what happened. When his wife Paulina finds out she tries to cross the border herself.

Paulina is raped on the way to the United States and is taken captive for a ransom that her family cannot pay. Roy visits Miguel in his cell and hears his side of the story. Touched by Miguel's work ethic, he tries to help him find his wife. Roy confronts one of the parents of the boys who caused Olivia's death, a sheriff himself, and finally convinces him to drop the murder charges against Miguel.

Paulina is found by chance in an empty house and is reunited with her family. Roy offers Miguel a job repairing the broken fence between his land and Mexico. They agree to meet each other on his side of the fence so Roy can pay Miguel and Miguel can do the repairs from Mexico. Miguel thanks Roy for the new job and sets to work immediately. Roy admires Miguel's work ethic and starts riding off to his farm.

Meanwhile, the vigilante is back, this time aiming at Miguel who is still repairing the fence. However, Roy stops the vigilante at the last minute, saving Miguel.



  1. ^ Dave McNary (18 November 2013). "Eva Longoria's 'Frontera' Gets U.S. Distribution". Variety. Retrieved 3 July 2014.
  2. ^ Jen Yamato. "Magnolia Acquires Border Drama 'Frontera' At Baja Int'l Film Fest". Deadline. Retrieved 3 July 2014.
  3. ^ "Frontera (2014)".

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