A Latin socialite decides to become the anti Sophia Vergara. As we watch her whirlwind of destruction take down everyone and everything in her wake as she makes Scarface look like a family movie. As the reign of destruction and the dust clears, we see our heroine in her first audition as “She Kills It”! Nothing is as it seems in this sexy blockbuster comedy with a surprise ending.
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