Richard Gubbels’s review published on Letterboxd:
A beautiful and intimate documentary about a border town and the violence that is surging its way.
What struck me most about this film, other than the incredible beauty of the camera work itself, was that it never once felt like I was being manipulated. Its as honest a depiction of life as I have ever seen.
The characters are simple, and they speak for themselves. The looming danger of cartel violence is all the tension that is needed and the lack of a real storyline goes unnoticed as you slowly become immersed in the sights and sounds of this world, only to slip away in the end...