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Gigi Saul Guerrero’s Latest Combines A Real-Life Horror with Fantasy

Her provocative film provides a glimpse into how families are separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Courtesy: International Film Festival

II knew when I met Gigi Saul Guerrero in 2013 to talk with her about her short film Dia De Los Muertos, which centered on a group of strippers who take revenge on their customers, the…

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Rebekah Sager

Rebekah Sager

Journalist. WGAW member. Professional content provider. Contributes to Playboy, AARP, NBC, Bustle, and more. Edited two non-fiction books.

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