8 Murders a Day Reviews
so point one is debatable, and i think it is useless to do bodycounts in order to say what is worse ... the irq occupation, dafur or the current border conflict. they are all horrible.
point two is the bigger allegation and while mexico certainly has a class problem i am not sure that the reason for the drug was is an eradication plan by the rich and powerful. if one makes a claim like this one better have evidence. but the movie has none. just because the film maker goes to juarez for a couple of days he does never shows any authority in understanding the subject, clearly only skimming the topics and never asking ad on questions to his obvious leftist cast of "experts".
so an absolutely poor execution of a topic that needs a great documentary.