TODO EL PODER: This controversial yet humorous film captures an unfortunate side of Mexican life. When a film director becomes fed up with the crime and corruption in his homeland, he decides to singlehandedly take on a powerful band of criminals. The film is directed by Fernando Sarinana, who was driven to make it after being robbed at gunpoint four times.
LA LEY DE HERODES: Corruption wins again in this satirical drama about an unassuming man who becomes mayor of his small Mexican town in 1949. Juan Vargas (Damian Alcazar) is appointed mayor after the former official is assassinated. He steps into his role hoping to do some good, but it isn't long before his newfound power begins to affect him. Soon, Juan Vargas is running his town with the foulest of intentions, proving that when it comes to politics, evil always wins.