Friday, February 22, 2019

Crime Thriller Coyote Lake Takes Real Life Inspiration from the US/Mexico Border: First Poster

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An official poster has been released for the crime thriller Coyote Lake. Based on a story involving the disappearance of a Texas man, Coyote Lake was developed by director Sara Seligman as a mother and daughter story. Starring Camila Mendes ("Riverdale") and Adriana Barraza (Drag Me to Hell), the film covers a hot button topic, in the U.S., immigration and border control. Very much a film focused on Mexican Cartels, drug dealing and murder, Coyote Lake looks to be one of the most compelling thrillers to come out, later this year.

The official synopsis focuses on Esther (Mendes) and her domineering mother. Together, they run a bed & breakfast, near the US/Mexican border. Two unwanted guests enter their business, bloodied and distraught. They take the two women hostage. But, these women have dark secrets of their own.

Coyote Lake is a Cranked Up Films production. Slated for a 2019 release, this film is loosely based on events in and around the real life Falcon Lake, where disappearances and murders are common place. Cranked Up Films will also handle the distribution, of the film, in the US. Coyote Lake is also being repped by sales agent Bleiberg Entertainment, for distribution in further territories. A trailer is coming soon, with all of the available details on Coyote Lake are right here.

Release Date: 2019.

Director: Sara Seligman.

Writers: Sara Seligman, Thomas James Bond.

Cast: Camila Mendes, Charlie Weber, Adriana Barraza.

*a trailer is coming soon.

**Falcon Lake is located along the Rio Grande.

Sources: Coyote Lake at Bleiberg Ent.

Coyote Lake Article at Cranked Up Films

Savages, from director Oliver Stone, is another film that deals with Mexican Cartels and the US border area:




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