Gael Garc?a Bernal in a scene from Jon?s Cuar?n’s feature film premiere, "Desierto."
Photo courtesy of TIFF
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Migrant thriller "Desierto" relies on gripping action to send a sharp message about heated rhetoric sowing the seeds of violence, but the film's star Gael Garc?a Bernal has no problem distilling it into words.Front-running U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump proposes mass deportations and a wall to stem the flow across its southern border.In "Desierto" (Desert), his character Moises faces the personification of that hate in murderous vigilante Sam (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), who whittles down a group of people seeking to cross the border with the help of a long-range rifle and a ferocious dog.
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