#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – An astonishing fictional account of the unending series of murders of young women in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, which began in 1996. Most of the victims are low-paid laborers who have been drawn to the town by the possibility of work at American-owned factories. In the film Mexican police officer Blanca Bravo is sent to Cuidad Juarez to investigate and comes to learn realities of these women’s lives, as well as the truth about a police force and local power structure embodied by entrepreneur Mickey Santos that has ceased to care.
Plot: An astonishing fictional account of the unending series of murders of young women in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, which began in 1996. Most of the victims are low-paid laborers who have been drawn to the town by the possibility of work at American-owned factories. In the film Mexican police officer Blanca Bravo is sent to Cuidad Juarez to investigate and comes to learn realities of these women’s lives, as well as the truth about a police force and local power structure embodied by entrepreneur Mickey Santos that has ceased to care.
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Before the explosion of drug cartel violence in Ciudad Juarez was the ongoing murders of hundreds of women, many of whose bodies were dumped in the surrounding desert. Police Detective Blanca (Ana De La Reguera) tries her best to get to the bottom of the murders but runs into resistance at every step, from her commander all the way to the state governor. Juarez was a magnet for women from the impoverished south of Mexico thanks to the opportunities there to work in the maquiladoras. Sara (Carolina Politi) is a young woman from Oaxaca who is among the thousands who come to Juarez seeking work, and in the process being changed by the new life there, where the old conservative traditions are often discarded. Through Sara the movie presents the tragedy of the killings in Juarez, as the boyfriend she jilts after a few dates is taken in by a group of men who persuade him to get even. We never know who does these killings, but the exploration of this gruesome phenomenon is nothing short of fascinating in its look into the attitudes towards these victims. The real star of the film is the city of Juarez itself, as a radio commentator describes the “cobalt sky” and the camera captures the city’s outlying areas at near dark. Jimmy Smits plays a wealthy El Paso businessman who owns some of the bars in Juarez and who is revealed to be yet another prime suspect among the seemingly so many who may have played their own parts in these horrible crimes. In the end, the film makes you appreciate the tragedy of this city.
Disturbing and brutally honest
For a relatively unknown movie I thought ‘Backyard’ (or ‘El Traspatio’) was terrific. It is a brutally honest account of events in Juarez, a Mexican town, during the 90s, in which hundreds of woman were abducted, sexually assaulted and murdered.
The film follows detective Blanca Bravo as she attempts to solve the latest in a long line of killings. However, she is up against it as there is little desire for justice, especially from the town’s Governor who attempts to play down the events, claiming the town is no different to any other.
Not only is this an extremely well made, fascinating film, but it is also educational. I would highly recommend it for anybody interested in real crime stories.
Original Language es
Runtime 2 hr 2 min (122 min)
Genre Crime, Drama, Mystery
Director Carlos Carrera
Writer Sabina Berman
Actors Ana de la Reguera, Asur Zagada, Marco Pérez
Awards 9 wins & 5 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital, Dolby SR
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
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Printed Film Format N/A