Driving by his deep will of getting rid of a dangerous and corrupted cartel in Mexico that wreak havoc across the country many years ago, Tim Foley, a young courageous physician, leads an uprising against him, the thing that challenges him the most.
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January 20, 2016 The longer it goes, the easier it becomes to be turned off by the frequent graphic violence that so frequently punctuates the narrative.Read in Source
Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
February 25, 2016 Cartel Land shows us things we haven't seen before, and its last act contains startling revelations. But the film is also pretty tacky in its numbingly high-octane presentationRead in Source
January 21, 2016 More than a great documentary, this is a great piece of journalistic work. [Full review in Spanish]Read in Source
July 16, 2015 This raw and compelling (if necessarily incomplete) documentary focuses on the recent battles between drug cartels and vigilantes along the Arizona-Mexico border.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
July 12, 2015 One of the year's most important documentaries ...Read in Source
Globe and Mail
July 13, 2015 Much of the documentary Cartel Land, an immersion into the Mexican drug traffickers and citizen vigilantes, is hair-raisingly intense.Read in Source
The Film Stage
February 23, 2016 Cartel Land is surprisingly effective in its on-the-ground approach.Read in Source
Minneapolis Star Tribune
July 16, 2015 Shot in times of serious danger, it balances idealism and violence, triggering an adrenaline high and a sense of soul-crushing hopelessness in the same instant.Read in Source
September 01, 2015 There are scenes here unlike anything you've seen. Timely, thoughtful and supremely well-constructed, we'd be stunned if this isn't the doc to beat on Oscar night.Read in Source
July 16, 2015 Even if it leaves you wanting more, "Cartel Land" deserves to be seen.Read in Source
February 16, 2016 A real-life action thriller, a terrifying, companion piece to Sicario. Do we want the wild West in the 21st century? Because that's what we've got.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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