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Tempestad

Tatiana Huezo / MX, 2016 / 105 min.

This second feature-length documentary by Salvadorian-Mexican director Tatiana Huezo gives a free, associative impression of the impact of the drugs trade on Mexico and its inhabitants through the eyes of two women, who tell their stories mainly in voice-over.

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In 2006, the Mexican government declared war on the many drugs cartels devastating the country. The consequences are well-known: the country became a narco-state controlled by the drugs mafia. In spite of putting troops on the streets, the government was unable to get a grip on the cartels; sometimes even becoming involved with them. The population now lives in fear, as corruption spreads far and wide.

Details

This movie contains scenes of violencePersons under 12 years must be accompanied by an adultThis movie contains foul language

Director

Tatiana Huezo

Production year

2016

Country

MX

Original title

Tempestad

Length

105 min.

Language

Spanish

Subtitles

ENG

Format

DCP

still Tempestad (Tatiana Huezo, MX 2016)
still Tempestad (Tatiana Huezo, MX 2016)
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