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Across The Line - Preview & trailer

Across The Line

Preview by Jack Foley

WITNESS the shocking action and intrigue of organised crime, deep in Mexico’s heartland from the safety of your own home from August 1 when Universal Pictures (UK) releases both Inhale and Across The Line on Blu-ray and DVD.

Across the Line: The Exodus of Charlie Wright unfolds in corporate America, but again the action comes to life on the streets of Mexico.

Billionaire Charlie (Aidan Quinn, Unknown) goes on the run after the empire he has built is exposed as corrupt. His escape route takes him to Mexico where Charlie searches desperately for his long lost daughter.

A thrilling pursuit develops south of the border as a Mexican gangster, federal agent and professional assassin all lusting for his multi-billion dollar fortune, hunt him down. Action breaks out as all parties come to a head in an electrifying climax.

A stellar performance from Aidan Quinn and beautifully composed cinematography capture the desperation of the situation.

Across The Line is a story of redemption, with several expertly crafted, intertwined sub-stories which sustain the viewer’s curiosity right up to the sincere pinnacle which brings to bear the human nature instilled within everyone involved.

Both Inhale and Across The Line demonstrate a u-turn from privileged existence in the US to desperate struggles on the streets of Mexico. Viewers will be haunted by the reality of organised crime in Central America and its disturbing affects on often innocent victims.

R. Ellis Frazier directs with support from Mario Van Peebles, Andy Garcia, Gina Gershon and Luke Goss.

Win Across The Line on Blu-ray

To celebrate the release of Across The Line on DVD and Blu-ray on Monday, August 1, IndieLondon is offering readers the chance to win 1 of 3 copies of the Blu-ray. Simply answer the following question…

Q. Who directs Aidan Quinn in Across The Line?

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Watch the trailer:

Certificate: 15
Running time: 90mins
UK DVD & Blu-ray Release: August 1, 2011