Set more than seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, the remnants of humanity inhabit a perpetually-moving train that circles the globe, where class warfare, social injustice and the politics of survival play out.
I'm mexican, so, for everyone out there saying that these actors look nothing like mexicans and all that, well that's the diversity of Mexico, we have people of all kind of color, race, ethnicity, social class. Mexico is not the typical stereotype of sombrero, mariachi, burro and that kind of stuff, and I love that Netflix is pitching TV shows that show this diversity, shows like this and El Club, also from Netflix, does that.
Now the show is really great, it's not a very original concept, but the themes and problematics are really important, not many mexican shows touch them. It's not a perfect show, but it's different. Obviously it has influences from Gossip Girl and Elite, so it makes it really interesting, the execution could be better though.
People should watch this, El Club, Ingobernable, Monarca, La Casa de las Flores and Club de Cuervos to see how diverse Mexico is.
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