Puerto Vallarta again becomes a movie set for the big screen, a few days ago the shooting started for the film I Break for Gringos from Mexican director Fernando Lebrija native of Guadalajara who on this occasion co-wrote and is directing this film. Fernando Lebrija was born in Guadalajara Mexico. He completed a Masters in Fine arts in Film at the American Film Institute. Also a year of postgraduate studies in Screenwriting at UCLA, as well as completing directing course at USC, also in Los Angeles.
I Break for Gringos is a comedy about two young high school kids caught up in crazy adventures when they travel to Puerto Vallarta for the most memorable Spring Break of their lives!
“LOGAN is a high school senior with some insecurities. His PARENTS treat him like an immature kid. He doesn’t exist for LINA, the girl he has a crush on. When he steals his Dad’s vintage Camaro to impress her, he accidentally crashes it and gets grounded for his much-anticipated Spring Break vacation. But when his crazed best friend, BLAKE, discovers Lina is going to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Logan waits until his parents leave on their Anniversary Cruise, then promptly heads off to Mexico with Blake, determined to do it right this time.”
I Break for Gringos adds up to the list of the many feature films that have chosen Puerto Vallarta as their sound stage for production. The Night of the Iguana, Herbie Goes Bananas, Predator, Revenge, Beverly Hills Chihuaha and Limitless are among of the many movies filmed at this beautiful city.
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