Effective display of a modern tragedy in Mexican society.
Light exploitation movie about child kidnapping. The premise is really good and the opening sequence really depresses me because child kidnapping happens (unfortunately) everyday in Mèxico. The opening sequence shows how cruel and dramatic the situation can be. That's where the movie shines; I mean, by being that realistic and displaying the horrors of the events.
Then, the movie takes a twist and becomes more like the typical Mexican detective situations movie. Noè Murayama as always delivers a great performance as the badass detective who is in the hunt for an organized criminal band that obviously kidnaps children for different reasons.
Watch this movie if you can stand low budget and exploitation. The premise is simple but effective.
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