Saving Private Perez

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Saving Private Perez
Saving Private Perez FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Beto Gomez
Produced by Alexis Fridman
Beto Gomez
Billy Rovzar
Walten Von Bortsel
Starring Miguel Rodarte
Jesus Ochoa
Joaquin Cosio
Gerardo Taracena
Rodrigo Oviedo
Jaime Camil
Marius Biegai
Adal Ramones
Music by Mark Mothersbaugh
Cinematography Daniel Jacobs
Edited by Mario Sandoval
Distributed by Pantelion Films (USA)
Release date
  • September 2, 2011 (2011-09-02)
Running time
105 minutes
Country Mexico
Language Spanish with English subtitles and English with Spanish subtitles
Budget 50 million pesos (about US$4,500,000) [1]
Box office $9,330,465[2]

Saving Private Perez is a 2011 Mexican comedy film. The movie follows Julian Perez, a Mexican organized crime leader, who is asked by his mother to rescue his brother, Juan Perez, a United States Army Private fighting in Iraq. Julian sets up a team of four hand-picked Mexican men for the mission: two fat old men, a convicted murderer who is rescued from prison, and Julian's best friend, a Native American tomato farmer. They travel to Turkey and meet Sasha, a Russian druggie.[3]


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