A trailer for a new Spanish-language thriller movie, "Desierto," released on March 29, shows a Mexican immigrant being shot after a speech by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump plays (video below).
The movie is about a group of undocumented immigrants making a dangerous journey north from Mexico to the U.S. However, along the way, the immigrants run into a “racist” vigilante who tries to stop them from entering the country anyway he can.
"The U.S. has become a dumping ground for everybody else’s problems," Trump's voice states in the trailer, according to Breitbart. "When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re sending people that have lots of problems. They’re bringing drugs, they’re bringing crime, they’re rapists. And it’s gotta stop. And it’s gotta stop fast.”
The audio of Trump is from a campaign speech he made in 2015.
In the movie's trailer, the vigilante then shoots one of the immigrants and several others start running for their lives as he trains his rifle on them.
The trailer ends with the words "Los Palabras Son Tan Peligrosas Como Las Balas," which translated means, "The words are as dangerous as bullets."
The movie, directed by Jonas and Alfonso Cuaron, was awarded at the Toronto International Film Festival (Special Presentations) and got a nomination for Best Film at the London Film Festival, The Wrap notes. Despite its critical acclaim, the movie does not yet have a release date in the U.S.
Back in the U.S., the National Border Patrol Council, a union that says it represents 16,500 Border Agents, endorsed Trump on March 30, CNN reports.
"We need a person in the White House who doesn't fear the media, who doesn't embrace political correctness, who doesn't need the money, who is familiar with success, who won't bow to foreign dictators, who is pro-military and values law enforcement, and who is angry for America and NOT subservient to the interests of other nations," the union said in a statement. "Donald Trump is such a man."