Presumed Guilty (Presunto culpable) (2011)





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Two young Mexican attorneys attempt to exonerate a wrongly convicted man by making a documentary. In the process, they expose the contradictions of a judicial system that presumes suspects guilty until proven innocent.
Art House & International , Documentary
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Critic Reviews for Presumed Guilty (Presunto culpable)

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

A bold documentary about the corruption, ineptitude and power of Mexico's justice system where police and judges have a vested interest in rigorous pursuit of law and order.

Full Review… | August 21, 2012
Spirituality and Practice

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Full Review… | January 4, 2012
Time Out
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Audience Reviews for Presumed Guilty (Presunto culpable)

Great documentary that exposes the corruption of Mexico and it shows what Mexican government is all about.

Dany Jim Lop
Dany Jim Lop

Wow! This "true crime/courtroom procedural" documentary about the criminal justice system in Mexico is 90 minutes of intensity and drama. If it were just a movie it would be one of the best in its genre. As a documentary, it is heartwrenching.

Cole Brown
Cole Brown

It's a good documentary about the irregularity of the prisons, is a clear example of some irregularities and gives justice to a completely unfair case .

Rodrigo Ramirez Corona
Rodrigo Ramirez Corona

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