Few people are aware of the importance of the evolution of Rock and Roll in Mexico--or that all the turmoil of the 60s and early 70s experienced in the U.S. connected to music was paralleled by an even greater turmoil in Mexico.
Kent State cost four valuable lives, but what about the hundreds gunned down in Mexico by an even more threatened, even more repressive privileged class and their mercenary soldiers? This is an important chapter of history that not only needs not to be forgotten--it needs to be told in the first place. Bravo to these filmmakers for paying attention!
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