Synopses & Reviews
Over the past six years Mexico has been consumed by a brutal conflictthe battle against the drug cartels has escalated, more than thirty five thousand people have been killed, and kidnappings have skyrocketed.
The narrative of Mexico's conflict is often reduced to the body count on the border, but the offensive against the cartels has caused an eruption of violence that is not isolated to one region. David Rochkind explores the stress and tension left in the wake of such violence and illustrates how the conflict impacts, and handicaps, Mexico's future.
The wounds of Mexicos war on drugs bleeds into every corner of the country, staining the fabric of everyday life.