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This series gives you an inside look of what it is like to be living in Mexico. Not just about the prevalence of corruption, but about homosexuality, social/economic classes, reputation and narcos.
While the country has made the transition smoothly into modern times in many things, traditional conservative values still have a strong hold on many of its people today and the series does a good job of portraying that.
Homosexuality can still be very taboo for many even though mainstream media is open and accepting about it. The gap between the rich and the poor is pretty wide and these two opposing classes do avoid and hardly interact with each other. Not to say there isn't exceptions but what you see in this series does still happen everyday and is more common than what others think. I know because I am Mexican. I may have been born and raised stateside but i have plenty of family still living in Mexico, have visited and spent many summers there to know these things are very much real.
The series has a great production behind it and wonderful cinematography. Loved the scenery that was shot. There may be some predictable story lines but the show is still very good. it leaves you wanting more. Hurry up Season 2!
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