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Bajo Juárez: La ciudad devorando a sus hijas (2006)

In an industrial town in Mexico near the US border, hundreds of women have been sexually abused and murdered. As the body count continues to rise, a web of corruption unfolds that reaches the highest levels of Mexican society.
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In an industrial town in Mexico near the US border, hundreds of women have been sexually abused and murdered. As the body count continues to rise, a web of corruption unfolds that reaches the highest levels of Mexican society.

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3 October 2008 (Mexico)  »

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Bajo Juárez: The City Devouring Its Daughters  »

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Powerful film but fails to deliver
12 October 2008 | by (Mexico City) – See all my reviews

The film is a good introduction to the murder of womens in Ciudad Juarez, showing the side of the mothers and the society, but fails to deliver when the filmmaker does not confront the higher levels of government and justice in Mexico in order to show the information and wait for the answer, we basically see just one side of the history, the harder part of the history, the side of the victims.

Its amazing the corruption level who are on this investigations and is a real eye opener about the "deads of Juarez".

After seen this movie, you are left with the feeling that those crimes are not fully investigated because some "powerful" persons will be affected.


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