Not talking the dialect and with no place else to go, Claudia is compelled to take asylum at her dad Andre’s (Julio Cesar Cedillo, a solid screen nearness) farm. In spite of the fact that he doesn’t precisely welcome his little girl home with open arms, the patriarch makes furnish her with a showing with regards to altering wall, for the august total of $10.
Claudia is offered support by her grandma, who doesn’t talk an expression of English, and Arturo, a well disposed farm hand who takes her under his wing. Be that as it may, edgy to come back to America, she starts a misguided undertaking with Ricky, a street pharmacist/dealer who guarantees to satisfy her desire in the event that she’ll help him in one of his criminal plans.
Regardless of its promising setup, Hostile Border needs story strain, with the screenplay by co-chief Kaitlin McLaughlin never entirely coming into emotional core interest. The portrayals feel scrappy, and the lack of dialog demonstrates more disappointing than barometrical.