Steve Oropeza is a Border Patrol Agent in New Trailer for 'Fronteras'

September 25, 2019
Source: YouTube

Fronteras Trailer

"Do not draw a line in the sand with this man." Vertical Entertainment has debuted an official US trailer for the indie action drama Fronteras, marking the feature directorial debut of filmmaker Andrew Dean. The Spanish word "frontera" translates to "border", and the film is about a border patrol agent who has his morals challenged. Steve Oropeza stars as a Hispanic Border Patrol Agent, who find himself in the grey area between right & wrong when a task force arrives to contain a life-threatening narcotic that is sweeping through the southwest. The tagline is: "loyalties lie on both sides of the border." Uh huh. The cast includes Steven Sean Garland, Wade Everett, Cortez Chappell, Larry Coulter, Randy Green, and Jesus Cris Acosta. This looks like it borrows a lot from Sicario, with a few questionable "grey area" aspects to it.

Here's the official US trailer (+ posters) for Andrew Dean's Fronteras, direct from Vertical's YouTube:

Fronteras Poster

Fronteras Poster

A Hispanic Border Patrol Agent named Reyes Abeyta (Steve Oropeza) has his morals challenged when a life-threatening narcotic sweeps through the South West. Reyes finds himself in the gray area between right and wrong in this action-packed drama that tackles the immigration obstacles he faces everyday. When a new task force arrives to help contain the problem, Reyes will question everything he has been taught to stand for. Fronteras is both written and directed by newcomer filmmaker Andrew Dean, making his feature directorial debut after one short film previously. Produced by Diego Cacho; executive produced by Solomon Carranza and Andrew Dean. Vertical Ent. will release Dean's Fronteras in select US theaters + on VOD starting October 11th next month. For more info, check out the film's Facebook page. Look good?

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Might be good, but nothing too ambitious ...

shiboleth on Sep 25, 2019


Hm, does not have that ZZZINGGGG that for instance Sicario has... and I am afraid this is coming just from seeing the trailer, whereas the Sicario trailer kicks you in and grabs you firmly. Not even speaking about the border scene in Sicario, which is ... SICK! So... no can do for me for Fronteras.

Joe Kundlak on Sep 26, 2019


This looks like "Sicario-lite". I'll just watch that again.

THE_RAW_ on Sep 26, 2019

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