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Watch: Doubts and Double Agents in Exclusive 'Mission Park' Clip, Now in Theaters

By Clint Holloway | Indiewire September 7, 2013 at 9:21AM

Indiewire has gotten hold of an exclusive clip from the new crime thriller "Mission Park." The film, which opened yesterday, follows four childhood friends who grow up to be on opposite sides of the law, as up-and-coming FBI agents Bobby and Julian are given the task of going undercover to infiltrate a drug organization run by kingpin Jason and right-hand-man Derek, the four of whom know each other all too well.
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Indiewire has gotten hold of an exclusive clip from the new crime thriller "Mission Park." The film, which opened yesterday, follows four childhood friends who grow up to be on opposite sides of the law, as up-and-coming FBI agents Bobby and Julian are given the task of going undercover to infiltrate a drug organization run by kingpin Jason and right-hand-man Derek, the four of whom know each other all too well.

In the clip, Jason and Derek discuss their reservations about longtime friend Julian, who has just come back into town unannounced after being away for several years. Despite their past, there seems to be serious doubts over what Julian's true agenda and motivations are for dropping back into the two drug honchos' lives.

"Mission Park" was directed by Bryan Ramirez, who also utilized his hometown of San Antonio, TX for the film's setting. For tickets go here.

This article is related to: Mission Park, Clips, Bryan Ramirez





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