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El Sicario, Room 164 Reviews

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½ January 28, 2014
Docu flippant... J'annule d閒initivement mes vacances au nord du Mexique.
½ October 29, 2013
"Unfortunately, all the academies in Mexico for training the special police, the investigative police, the military police, and the army, are used by the narcos as training grounds for future employees. You see, anyone who goes through an academy is ready to go to work for the narcos. [...] Of the 200 [police academy] graduates, 50 are already getting paid by the narcos." The Departed, or Goodfellas, in real life.
August 20, 2012
I have seen it, in English, legitimately. Incredibly dark, important film. If not to the systemic corruption and sanctioned drug trafficking which is crucially relevant to current affairs in Mexico, then it is an important piece into the psychology of someone who explains his "work" in a tone you expect a teacher would explain their administrative responsibilities.

His description of early enticement into the trade, through training, through to various responsibilities and participation in conducting brutality of "enormous suffering" at the will of "el patron", is chilling and deeply disturbing. This interview is not only the confession of a mass murderer, it is a testament to how organized and how rooted the drug industry is in the Mexican economy and politics. An echo of a tragic history which ripples across south America over the decades.

½ May 13, 2012
minimalist and chilling. very matter of fact. it's unsettling but fascinating. very effective.
½ May 7, 2012
If you aren't into uncomfortable truths about the evil that lives in the hearts of humankind, stay very far away from this movie. The only part I didn't like was... Ah shit it's a spoiler. Nevermind.
March 6, 2012
PIFF Literally unbelievable and boring.
½ February 5, 2012
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January 31, 2012
This is pretty disturbing, specially for us mexicans living this uncontrolable hell.
½ December 29, 2011
Para que aprendan a respetar !!!!!
½ December 29, 2011
The movie was taking place in the house the for so long that you forget
about time
December 23, 2011
Charles Bowden has covered the ugly underside of crime, corruption and murder in the Mexican drug war, particularly in Ciudad Juarez, for the last 20 years. He offers everything that serious investigative journalists in the mainstream press have long ceased to do, at considerable risk. More journalists die in Mexico than any other country in the world, simply for reporting accurate news stories. He provides a grim picture that needs desperately to be told.
December 10, 2011
GUS!!!! member this? i think this is the article that Saul told us about!
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