Cine mexicano sobre el 1968 … and its relation to the present moment.

Here is Canoa, complete.

Here is the first part of Rojo Amanecer, which may be the saddest film I have ever seen.

People who think state terrorism might be all right sometimes, especially to keep them “safe,” should see this film as well.

Here is some discussion of what went on at Tlatelolco on 2 October 1968.

This is the face of the party of the current President-elect of the United Mexican States.

Here is this President-elect as a candidate, justifying a massacre he ordered as Governor of the State of Mexico. Listen to his tone of voice.

Here is some footage on the Atenco massacre.

“But they were throwing rocks,” you may say. That is a very superficial reaction.

Axé.

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