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File: Get The Gringo
Get the Gringo (formerly known as How I Spent My Summer Vacation) is an upcoming film starring Mel Gibson, directed by Adrian Grunberg.
Mel Gibson plays Driver, a man who is convicted of a crime and sent to a tough Mexican prison, where he learns to survive with the help of a nine year old boy.The script was written by Mel Gibson. The film is directed by Adrian Grunberg, who worked as a first assistant director with Gibson on Apocalypto. The film is being produced by Gibson and Stacy Perskie.
Filming began in March 2010 in San Diego, Brownsville, Texas, and Veracruz, Mexico. Most of the filming took place at the Ignacio Allende Prison.
Benoît Debie was the cinamatographer on the film.
The film will be released exclusively through video-on-demand in the United States. It will be released theatrically in Australia, Russia, and some other overseas markets.