‘Days of Grace’ director Everardo Gout shines light on violence in Mexico

The kidnappers were often ghetto boys, some as young as 14, waving big guns in small hands and demanding ransoms ranging from millions of dollars to 2 quarts of milk, a dozen eggs, sugar and a sack of rice. They slipped through alleys like ragged spirits, dodging dogs and counting bullets in a Mexico run wild with street gangs and cops on the take.
LA Times. By Jeffrey Fleishman

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