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2 Sep


One of the things that stuck to me the most about La Ley de Herodes (Herod’s Law) was the feeling behind the movie. It was that of traditional Mexico. I could smell the rural town and its people through the screen. The desert, the decor, and the clothing made me reminiscent of my time spent travelling down Baja. I never lived in a small town with natives who couldn’t speak Spanish, but I encountered several of them. Continue reading

La Ley de Herodes (Herod’s Law)

22 Aug

“¡El Que No Tranza, No Avanza!”

“He Who Doesn’t Scheme, Doesn’t Get Ahead!”

As a former political science major, I expected this movie to be right up my alley. A political satire of the infamous Mexican PRI party? Count me in. I’m fascinated already. But, very unexpectedly, I found myself yawning a little- was I bored? I guess that’s why I’m a former political science major. Continue reading