Raised in the US, Claudia (22) is an undocumented immigrant living beyond her means in a twisted version of the American dream. When she’s arrested by the FBI for credit card fraud, Claudia is quickly deported to México. Speaking no Spanish and lost in her foreign “homeland,” she reluctantly takes refuge at her estranged father’s cattle ranch. As she clashes with her unyielding father, her attempts to return home to the US thrust her into a dangerous bond with a dangerous smuggler, Ricky. Caught between her father’s sermons, Ricky’s promises, and the encroaching military, Claudia must navigate a tightrope of impossible choices. Both a slow burning thriller and western, POCHA (MANIFEST DESTINY) follows the transformative journey of a young woman confronting the high price of American ideals in the dark places between two cultures. Starring Veronica Sixtos, Roberto Urbina, Julio Cedillo, Jesse Garcia, Jorge A Jimenez, María del Carmen Farías. In Theaters, on Demand and Digital April 15 and available on DVD May 3.
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