The HBO Films presentation ICEBOX will be available for free streaming by nonsubscribers starting Monday, Dec. 10, three days after its debut on HBO, at https://www.hbo.com/movies/icebox or https://www.hbo.com/watch-free-episodes, and will be available for free streaming through Jan. 10.
ICEBOX debuts tonight, FRIDAY, DEC. 7 (8:00–9:25 p.m. ET/PT). Written and directed by Daniel Sawka, the drama tells the story of Óscar, played by Anthony Gonzalez (“Coco”), a 12-year-old Honduran boy who is forced to flee his home and seek asylum in the United States, only to find himself trapped in the U.S. immigration system. Filmed on location in New Mexico, the film was shot primarily in Spanish with English subtitles. CNN called it “wrenching, harrowing” and “beyond timely,” while the Wall Street Journal described it as “haunting.”
ICEBOX is an HBO Films presentation of a Gracie Films production and co-financed with Endeavor Content; producers, James L. Brooks, Richard Sakai, Julie Ansell, David Greathouse; casting by Carla Hool, C.S.A.; director of photography, Carolina Costa; production designer, Sue Tebbutt; editor, Salvador Pérez García; costume designer, Maria Bentfield; music by Steve Mazzaro; score produced by Hans Zimmer.
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