"120 Days" captures an intimate, inside look at the lives of one family of undocumented immigrants who have been living and working in the United States illegally for over twelve years.

This film documents Miguel’s last official “120 days” in the United States, as he works hard, saves his money, and weighs his options about returning to Mexico alone, or changing his name and disappearing into another U.S. city illegally to keep his family together.

Watch the trailer below.

120 Days Movie by Ted Roach
San Luis Obispo International Film Festival
Irvine International Film Festival
Best Documentary Charleston International Film Festival 2014
Best Documentary Kansas International Festival 2014
Winner Best Social Documentary Cinevision 2014
Official Selection Atlanta Film Festival 2013
Official Selection Austin Film Festival 2013
Official Selection St. Louis Film Festival 2014
Official Selection Louisville Film Festival 2014
Official Selection Cucalorus Film Festival 2014
Official Selection Durango Film Festival 2013
Official Selection Southern Colorado Film Festival 2014
Official Selection Dances with Films Festival 2014

"120 Days throws an affecting spotlight on the personal side of immigration"

Brent Simon, Los Angeles Film Critics Association

"difficult not to be moved by its sobering and humanistic depiction of U.S. Immigration policies' unfair intractability"

Dean Treadway, Filmicability

"Roach gets astonishingly close to Cortes and his family"

Dan Lybarger, The Pitch