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||IMDB Rating: 5.9/10 from 920 votes
||Release: September 2010 (USA) /
||Director: Chris Peckover,
||Stars: Alona Tal, Amy Baklini, Carmen Corral, Casey Adams, Chad Brummett, Christian Di Salvo, Christopher Dempsey, Derek Blakeney, Greg Serano, Kevin Weisman, Richard Christie, Scott Mechlowicz, Tina Borek, Tom Connolly, Yancey Arias
||Synopsis: A small group of documentary filmmakers chronicle the trials and inequities faced by Mexican illegal immigrants. When they join a group of families illegally crossing the border to record the experience firsthand, their truck is pulled over and detained. What happens next plunges their group into unimaginable horror. Written by Anonymous
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As much as there is to criticize about "Undocumented," I have to admit
it does a very audacious thing, at least for a horror picture made on
the caliber and budget of cheapsploitation classics like "Baker County"
and "I Spit on Your Grave": it forces you to actually turn the camera
eye on yourself and your beliefs on illegal immigration, whatever they
may be, and then confront the very real, but often unseen, after shocks
of those beliefs.
Pretty boy and girl Scott Mechlowicz and Alona Tol head up a group of
five scarily naive grad students who are doing their thesis on the
plight of illegals and their often fatal journeys across the border
by...get this: actually aiding them in their trek. If you can get past
this admittedly foolhardy and absurd premise, the rest of the film is
actually *easier* to swallow, and that's what makes it so much harder
to watch and, by turns, to look away from.
On arriving on New Mexico soil, they are immediately ambushed by a gang
of paramilitary "patriots" led by "Z" (an insanely chilling Peter
Stormare who remains masked for virtually the entire film). What
follows is nothing we haven't seen before in the "Hostel" films: ritual
humiliation, torture, and full-on carnage, but...this time it's not for
the lark of a few rich and twisted businessmen to get their rocks off.
No, these sadists actually have a point to make and, for me at least,
this really catapulted this snuff box of a movie into a very
discomfiting and visceral space in my brain.
"Undocumented" isn't the first horror film to shove hatred into our
line of sight and then force us to ingest it, but it does it in such a
convincing stylized nightmare way to make it difficult to shake off.
More than a few people I've talked to have had a rough time forgetting
this film purely because much of Stormare's didactic prattling has
inadvertently (or not) come from their own mouths at one time or
another. It's disquieting in a way few horror films manage to achieve
because, unlike high-handed circle jerks such as "Funny Games," you can
see where the villain's bile originates.
In addition to Stormare's tour-de-sicko turn, Mechlowicz continues his
run of quietly breakout performances: from "Mean Creek" to "Gone" to
this film, he seems bent on forcing you to look past his air-brushed
looks by turning in very convincing portraits of deeply-troubled,
morally conflicted heroes and villains. The fact that he effectively
180's you from believing his character a pompous a-hole to someone you
feel genuine pity for is pretty amazing in itself.
Look, this isn't Citizen Kane. It's not even Citizen Ruth...newcomer
Chris Peckover doesn't have the chops of Alexander Payne or Orson
Welles. Not yet, anyway. Still this isn't your big brother's crappy
little torture flick from the turn of the millennium. No, this one is a
bit too true to life for something you'll forget that easily. Even if
you wish you could.
Tags for Undocumented (2010) Full Movie
, Amy Baklini
, Carmen Corral
, Casey Adams
, Chad Brummett
, Christian Di Salvo
, Christopher Dempsey
, Derek Blakeney
, Greg Serano
, Kevin Weisman
, Richard Christie
, Scott Mechlowicz
, Tina Borek
, Tom Connolly
, Yancey Arias
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