The Girl (I) (2012)

PG-13   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller


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A young Texan mother who loses her child to foster care begins smuggling Mexicans across the border.

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9 August 2013 | mmiscoski
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| Touching and wonderful
I had no opinions or expectation on this film. It all started out with a crush on Abbie Cornish, but I ended up with a great deal of respect for her acting (and her Spanish) in this film. She showed a side of her that I had never seen before, but more importantly the film (and Abbie) made me aware of the culture on both sides of the Rio. The film starts with a sharp edge on the Texas side of the river, proceeds into a learning phase for me and Abbie/Ashley, and finally it softens and becomes a touching film on the Mexico side. Ashley is a much better person at the end of the film than the beginning - I hope that this is not considered a spoiler. I recommend this film wholeheartedly.

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