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An eerie look at the human cost of Mexico's drug wars. Filmmaker Natalia Almada turns her lens on a narco-cemetery in Culiacan, the capital of crime-ridden Sinaloa.
The artful compositions tend to make the subject matter seem vaguely unreal; Almada's true subject isn't the drug war itself but the apathy of outside spectators.
After this experience, everything else seems trivial. There's nothing like death to make further discussion unnecessary.
| Original Score: 3.5/4
Natalia Almada's eloquent documentary portrait of a sprawling graveyard in Culiacán, Mexico, in the northwestern state of Sinaloa
| Original Score: 4/5
A piece of lyrical, sideways social reportage that still connects an astounding number of dots.
Sharply conveys what life is like in a traumatized nation.
An exquisite study of a rapidly expanding cemetery at the center of Mexico's drug wars.