Get the Gringo


1h 36m 2012

Brief Synopsis

It's been a bad day for Driver and it's not getting any better. He just made a big haul of millions that would give him a nice summer vacation on easy street. A good idea that went south - literally. During a high-speed car chase with the US Border Patrol and a bleeding body in his back seat, Drive

Film Details

Also Known As
How I Spent My Summer Vacation, Kill the Gringo, Vacaciones explosivas
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2012
Location
San Diego, California, USA; Veracruz, Mexico

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Synopsis

It's been a bad day for Driver and it's not getting any better. He just made a big haul of millions that would give him a nice summer vacation on easy street. A good idea that went south - literally. During a high-speed car chase with the US Border Patrol and a bleeding body in his back seat, Driver flips his car smashing through the border wall, tumbling violently, coming to a stop . in Mexico. Apprehended by the Mexican authorities, he is sent to a hard-core prison where he enters the strange and dangerous world of "El Pueblito." Not an easy place for an outsider such as Driver to survive, unless it's with the help of someone who knows the ropes -- a 10 year-old kid.

Crew

Bill Abbott

Music Editor

Erika Abrams

Visual Effects Coordinator

Marco Acacio

Driver

Ramon Acosta

Grip

Alejandro Aguado

Set Production Assistant

Hugo Aguilera

Stunts

Ephrain Aguirre

Driver

Ernesto Alanis

Painter

Pedro Alanis

Painter

Maria Alos

Casting Assistant

Juan Manuel Alvarez

Electrician

Julieta Alvarez

Set Decorator

N. A. Alvarez

Song

Mauricio Alves

Music

Armando Amador

Accountant

Erik Amador

Driver

Lucy Amador

Accountant

Jose Luis Amezcua

Carpenter

Juan Pablo Santa Ana

Location Assistant

Jose Manuel Andrade

Swing Gang

Ethan Andrus

Sound Mixer

Alejandro Arballo

Camera Assistant

Gerardo Arellano

Accountant

Ruben Arellano

Driver

Ruben Arellano

Assistant Camera

Carlos Arenas

Casting Assistant

Brian Armstrong

Sound Effects Editor

Jay Aroesty

Art Director

Kami Asgar

Supervising Sound Editor

Alejandro Avendano

Stunts

Odin Ayala

Stunts

Greg Baldi

Consultant

Ana Ballesteros

Caterer

Jose Manuel Ballesteros

Craft Service

Lucio Banda

Security

Cassandra Barbour

Rights & Clearances

Gerardo Martinez Barrera

Swing Gang

Bobby Bastarache

Assistant Director

Javier Bastida

Special Effects Assistant

Raul Cesar Bautista

Carpenter

Ignacio Becerril

Swing Gang

Steev Beeson

Production Supervisor

Steve Beeson

Production Accountant

Tony Bendt

Grip

David Beron

Looping Coordinator

Randy Bilski

Craft Service

Randy Bilski

Medic

Shannon Blackburn

Production Secretary

Len Blavatnik

Executive Producer

Art Bonilla

Looping Coordinator

Beau Borders

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Bruno Buarque

Music

Balo Bucio

Stunt Coordinator

Bernardo Bucio

Stunts

Jose Manuel Burgos

Costume Department

Irani Bustamante

Wardrobe

Ricardo Cabrera

Boom Operator

Alberto Camacho

Generator Operator

Aaron I Campos

Location Assistant

Dominic Cancilla

Unit Production Manager

J.c. Cantu

Casting Director

Phil Carbonaro

Visual Effects

Rodolfo Carcamo

Driver

Yuliana Carcamo

Costume Department

Alvaro Carillo

Song

Kate Carlin

Casting

Travis Carr

Set Production Assistant

Jorge Carreon

Production

Jose Dominguez Castaneda

Production

Leopoldo Casteliano

On-Set Dresser

Enrique Castillo

Looping Coordinator

Estanislao Castillo

Driver

Jorge Leal Castillo

Security

Miguel Cervantes

Stunts

Joaquin Cervera

Assistant Camera

Gary Chambers

Driver

Manu Chao

Song Performer

Manu Chao

Song

Krysti Charron

Casting Assistant

Miguel Necoechea Chavez

Assistant Director

Teresa Chavez

Hair Assistant

Vicki Christianson

Executive Producer

Marl Cice

Driver

Jose Juan Cisneros Lira

Swing Gang

Javier Clave

Assistant Director

Christian Clayton

Property Master

Blake Clifton

Assistant Camera

Hal Cohen

Project Manager

Aurita Castillo Y Su Conjunto

Song Performer

Luis Contreras

Carpenter

Benjamin Cook

Sound Designer

Arturo Castaneda Corona

Assistant Camera

Stephanie Correa

Assistant Director

Rafael Ravelo Cortes

Costume Department

Raul Cortes

Grip

Carlos Cosio

Art Director

Gustavo Covarrubias

Dolly Grip

Gustavo Covarrubias

Key Grip

Ricardo Covarrubias

Grip

Kevin Cox

Video

Christine Cram

Matte Painter

Jose Luis Cruz

Models

Ulises Cuadra

Looping Coordinator

John Cucci

Foley Artist

Mariana Cue

Set Production Assistant

Alejandra Cuervo

Researcher

Rafael Cuervo

Line Producer

Erin Cullen

Rotoscope Artist

Hector Curiel

Transportation Captain

Dustin Daniels

Assistant Location Manager

Partick Danse

Production

Bruce Davey

Producer

Joaquin De La Riva

On-Set Dresser

Eduardo De La Rosa

Painter

Benoit Debie

Dp/Cinematographer

Benoit Debie

Director Of Photography

Justin Deguire

Assistant Camera

Maria Del Carmen Jimenez

Production

Christa Del Castillo

Set Production Assistant

Javier Del Rio

Location Assistant

Rafael Navarrete Del Toro

Armourer

Humberto Delgado

Grip

Javier Delgado

Key Costumer

Brian Demetz

Cgi Artist

Ricardo Deneke

Camera Operator

Daniel Diaz

Stunts

David Gomez Díaz

Carpenter

Jose Amador Diaz

Driver

Daren R. Dochterman

Visual Effects

Francisco Blanc Dominguez

Art Director

Marco Antonio Martinez Dominguez

Set Production Assistant

Mario Hernandez Dominguez

Extras Casting Assistant

Scott Dougherty

Visual Effects Producer

Michael Druck

Extras Casting Assistant

Michael Druckman

Software Engineer

Gil Duarte

Music

Richard Duarte

Foley Mixer

Roger Eickenroht

Lighting Technician

Adrian Enriquez

Electrician

Javier Enriquez

Gaffer

Jorge Enriquez

Electrician

Pedro A Escobedo

Carpenter

Roy Esparza

Driver

Fidel Espinosa

Swing Gang

Olga Espinosa

Production

Nestor Espinoza

Camera

Grupo Exterminador

Song Performer

Jose Luis Farfan

Production Assistant

Gabriel Fernandez Capello

Song

Samuel Ferrari

Assistant

Mar Ferre

Camera Assistant

Tara Fidler

Assistant Editor

Alejandra Flores

Looping Coordinator

Roberto Flores

Special Effects Assistant

Marilia Franco

Music Producer

Neil Fraser

Dolly Grip

Steve Freebairn

Film Lab

Tina French

Dialect Coach

Gerardo Gomez Frias

Carpenter

Andrea Manuel De La Fuente

Costume Department

Yuriy Fuks

Consultant

Eileen Galindo

Looping Coordinator

Baltazar Gallardo

Carpenter

Jose Luis Gallardo

Carpenter

Jose A. Gallardo

Carpenter

Jorge Alberto Gallegos

Stunts

Jose Gallegos

Stunts

Arturo Galvan

Security

George Galvan

Looping Coordinator

Jose Garcia

Driver

Jovany Garcia

Camera

Juan Enrique Giles Garcia

Song

Raul Garcia

Grip

Ulises Garcia

Grip

Ruben Garfias

Looping Coordinator

Vanesa Garnica

Art Department Coordinator

Juan Carlos Garrido

Production

Christian Gibson

Production Assistant

Mel Gibson

Producer

Mel Gibson

Screenplay

Hector Gika

Sound Effects Editor

Vicente Gil

Office Production Assistant

Ak-bron De Kikes Giles

Song Performer

Cheli Godinez

Casting

Carlos Gomes

Stunts

Eduardo Gomez

Stunts

Michael Gomez

Looping Coordinator

David Gomez Frias

Carpenter

Jeff Gomillion

Adr Mixer

Elizabeth Gonzalez

Makeup Assistant

Fernanda Gonzalez

Set Production Assistant

Francisco Gonzalez

Film Lab

Ivanhoe Gonzalez

Electrician

Ivette M Gonzalez

Looping Coordinator

Julio Cesar Gonzalez

Video Assist/Playback

Luis Alfredo Gonzalez

Assistant Property Master

Pedro Perez Gonzalez

Carpenter

Mark Gooder

Executive Producer

Eydie Gorme

Song Performer

Lindsay Graham

Casting Director

Film Details

Also Known As
How I Spent My Summer Vacation, Kill the Gringo, Vacaciones explosivas
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2012
Location
San Diego, California, USA; Veracruz, Mexico

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Limited Release in United States Spring April 18, 2012

Released in United States on Video July 17, 2012

Limited Release in United States Spring April 18, 2012 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States on Video July 17, 2012

Video on Demand in United States May 1, 2012

Video on Demand in United States May 1, 2012