The best tragedy in Mexican cinema, a story that covers the never-ending cycle of violence, wishes to live a better life, poverty, corruption, social-political critique, love in times of war, and the hardships of Mexico at the heart of the celebration of the 200 years since the beginning of the independence.
Dead is present from the first frame, to the final freeze-frame.
The movie very smartly depicts violence, sometimes off-screen sometimes just showing the consequences, one moment reminds me of…
I'm betting the following will happen:
-Narration (again) explaining the events of the second movie, which will end with Elle saying she doesn't know what will she do.
-New rules that will cause conflict between Elle and Lee (again).
-New information about their mother's relationship (again).
-The background at night will be blurred out (again).
-A scene with tension between Elle and Marco where the film will make it seem that they are going to kiss (again).
-Elle is going…