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Rated NR · 87 min. · 2016

Drama

A filmmaker receives a series of panicked emails and phone calls from a young French woman -- Jacqueline Dumont. She implores him to travel to Argentina to document her self-imposed political exile after she supposedly leaks highly confidential government secrets detailing a planned assassination. Jacqueline expects a severe fallout and wants the filmmaker there recording everything in case anything happens to her. But as soon as the filmmaker and his two interns arrive at Jacqueline's Argentine safe haven -- a remote holistic center -- they begin to think she might just be more interested in singing Britney Spears songs and hanging out with her new friend than helping the filmmakers unearth a huge government conspiracy.

Director: Bernardo Britto
Writer: Bernardo Britto
Cast: Camille Rutherford, Wyatt Cenac, James Benson, Martin Anderson, Sarah Willis and Enrique Dura

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