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Cable film screening: Cartel Land (2015)

Come along on the 17th December 2015 to our screening of this unmissable documentary

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17th December at 19.30

14, Hillgrove Street, BS2 8JT

In unbelievably powerful film depicting the current struggles of community vigilantes in the fatal fight with all powerful drug cartels and the inept and corrupt government of Mexico (and others).

Set against a backdrop of the ‘war on drugs’ this documentary is such a beautiful, harrowing and personal story it could be one of the best fictional films you’ve seen. But it’s real.

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