Wednesday, 14 March 2012

First official still of Kate del Castillo as Mousey

Kate del Castillo will be seen soon in one of the most striking performances she has done. Mexican actress becomes Mousey, a transsexual who controls one of the sections of the Central Jail LA County for men, as part of the film drama K-11.

Under the direction of Jules Stewart, Del Castillo develops a character with a strong physical connotation, it takes a lot of skin show. With an air of exhibitionism that is evident in the characterization, the actress makes a display of attitudes towards situations they want to raise the thrust of the story: the politics of race and gender identity within this prison.

The plot follows Saxx Raymond Jr., a record producer who loses consciousness after using drugs and when he wakes is enclosed in K-11, the unit of the prison reserved for homosexuals and transsexuals, for their safety, need to be segregated . And that's where you have to deal with Mousey, who is in control of the area.

Del Castillo worked last summer at the filming of this movie whose premiere is scheduled for the last quarter of this year. As distinctive character, the actress looks in some scenes of platform heels made
​​with canned meat and always on her left wrist, has a band that says Julio, a name that reveals the masculine identity she left behind.

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Reminder, the great costume on Kate as Mousey, was done by @TheSarahTrost :)

Source peopleenespanol via and thanks to @K11OfficialFilm 

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