8 Murders a Day (2011)
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Critic Reviews for 8 Murders a Day
[Although it's] somewhat repetitive and not terribly well-organized, it shines an important light on what the filmmaker deems "the greatest human rights disaster in the world today."
A morbidly fascinating topic that receives regrettably clumsy treatment.
Though underdeveloped, Charlie Minn's passionate look at Mexico's saddest city is indisputably moving.
Pointing the finger at neoliberalism, American drug laws and a general disinterest in "the extermination of the poor," Mr. Minn creates a scattered but thought-provoking diatribe.
Bowden's devastatingly casual assessments give the film much of its punch, but, ultimately, the barrage of simple assertions fails to cohere into an argument.
Audience Reviews for 8 Murders a Day
I am so glad I came to see this movie today. It was astounding. a true raw and real documentary that everyone needs to see ASAP.
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