HELI. Miami Beach CInematheque

May 30th – June 11th. Miami Premiere Theatrical Engagement!

From the very first images, Heli exposes with brutal realism the undercurrent of modern Mexico’s most prevalent continuing problem, the war on drug trafficking. A young girl, herself involved in the necessary occupation of drug trafficker, falls in love for the first time with a police cadet who is also struggling to survive amidst the chaos of the predicament which has defined a nation. Can any beauty exist here? Despite the harrowing harshness of what surrounds it, the answer is left to the two young protagonists and the audience to decide. (In Spanish with English subtitles). Warning: This film contains extreme violence.


May 30th, 9:15pm
May 31st, 7:00pm
June 1st, 9:10pm
June 8th, 9:00pm
June 11th, 7:00pm
(*FRI & SAT screenings introduced by IndieEthos Film Critics Hans & Ana Morgenstern)

Parking at MBC at Historic City Hall: 12th Street Covered Garage (just behind the Historic City Hall)
Entrance on 12th Street near Washington Avenue. $1 an hour any time (except when arriving 8pm or later FRI-SUN).

Tickets:  $10 or $8 MBC Members ($9 Students, Seniors) unless otherwise noted

Miami Beach CInematheque
Historic City Hall,1130 Washington Ave, First Floor South
Miami Beach, FL 33139
305. 67.FILMS (673.4567)

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