Bulletface

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Bulletface
Bulletface.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Albert Pyun
Produced by Joe Baile
Nelson Carpentier
Rob Ladesich
Sazzy Lee Calhoun
Michael Najjar
Gary Schmoeller
Written by Randall Fontana
Starring Victoria Maurette
Steven Bauer
Morgan Weisser
Jenny Dare Paulin
Eddie Velez
Scott Paulin
Music by Anthony Riparetti
Cinematography Jim Hagopian
Michael Kutcher
Edited by Ken Morrisey
Production
company
SP Inc.
Sofia Films
Distributed by Curnan Motion Picture Services
Release dates
  • January 26, 2010 (2010-01-26)
Running time
82 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Bulletface is a 2010 American action thriller film directed by Albert Pyun. The screenplay was written by Randall Fontana, who had previously collaborated with Pyun on Hong Kong '97.

Synopsis[edit]

Dara Maren is a DEA agent who gets dragged into the seedy underworld of California/Mexico border smuggling in an attempt to protect her younger brother. During a drug deal gone bad, she ends up shooting and killing an undercover ATF agent and is arrested. She's convicted and incarcerated inside a penal colony just outside of Tijuana, where the prison officials harvest organs from the inmates. During her incarceration, Dara's brother is murdered by a drug lord who's also using human spinal fluid drained from his victims to create a new DNA-altering drug that turns those who become addicted to it into something not human. As hundreds of dead bodies start turning up along the Mexico border, and with law enforcement and government officials falling victim to its addictive properties as well, an old friend from the FBI manages to bribe the officials in Tijuana to let Dara back out onto the streets in order to bring down the drug lord and avenge her brother's murder.

Cast[edit]

Awards[edit]

2006 Northwest Independent Film Festival:

• Best Experimental Film

2012 Pollygrind Underground Film Festival

- Best Crime Film [1]

- Bad Girl Award

- Victoria Maurette [1]

- Best Sound Design

- Tony Riparetti [1]

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