"2,000 miles of unprotected border. One man draws a line."
The Arroyo, a modern western movie set against the lawlessness of America’s Southern border, is now available nationwide on iTunes and Amazon.

Ben Sharpio writes, ‘As the fallout continues from Rep. Eric Cantor’s (R-VA) defeat in his primary at the hands of unknown economics professor David Brat over Cantor’s support for immigration reform, Boreing’s The Arroyo looks more timely than ever."

The film tells the story of Jim Weatherford (played by Kenny Maines), a rancher in Arizona whose property is being used as a thoroughfare by drug cartels smuggling illegal immigrants across the border. After being stonewalled by his Congressman and the police, Weatherford decides to take matters into his own hands, leading to a climactic showdown with the cartels – and a popular voter insurgency against the Congressman.’

The film also stars local Lubbock musician Junior Vasquez.

What movieguide calls: A riveting modern-day western “The ARROYO”

‘This independent film stands out as a "beacon of cinematic art and story"’ - Cary C

‘I was hooked from the start and couldn't wait to see how the plot would play out. Excellent and important film that anyone concerned about the southern border should watch.’ - Jared Sichel

‘All Americans need to see what is going on in the communities on our side of the Borders and what might be the outcomes.’ - F Hernandez

‘Well done, gritty and realistic entertaining and also makes you think about things a bit differently. A good evening well spent!’ - Tu Phan



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