Mexico 2010: Nada Que Celebrar!
Trailer of the motion pictures directed by Luis Estrada. El Infierno, a narco-movie.
El infierno, the new feature film that not only exposes a dramatic metaphor out of the violence and drug traffickers who live in Mexico, but also questioning the patriotic celebrations of the 2010 federal government.
Third part of the trilogy that began with the Law of Herodes, this film from Estrada narrates the cycle of this year of a deported laborer (Damian Alcazar) to his hometown, San Miguel Narcángel, to find a new job as a wealthy drug dtrafficker.
The filmmaker Luis Estrada returns to reflect harshly on the realities of Mexico.
"El infierno is a film about the bad and the worse of what Mexico has to offer. The mural of characters in the film claims that somehow we are all represented, and even the very own institutions themselves."