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Ayotzinapa, el paso de la tortuga

Documentaries, 2018, 73 minutes
Ayotzinapa, el paso de la tortuga
Delving into the disappearance of 43 college students in Mexico, this documentary seeks to give justice and a voice to the victims and their families.
The documentaries Ayotzinapa, el paso de la tortuga was released in 2018 and lasts 73 minutes. Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro ("The Shape of Water") co-produced the film to ensure these voices are heard. Parents strongly cautioned. May be unsuitable for children ages 14 and under.
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Score: 7.7 of the 10

A documentary about 43 Mexican students forcibly disappeared after being violently detained by police, and the unsatisfactory slow investigation that followed both at state and federal levels.

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Audio: Spanish [Original]
Subtitles: Spanish;English

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