Hollywood's Gentrification of the Drug War Maria Hinojosa speaks with Bernardo Ruiz, a Mexican-American filmmaker, about why few movies about the U.S.-Mexico Drug War have been directed by Latino directors.
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Hollywood's Gentrification of the Drug War

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Hollywood's Gentrification of the Drug War

Hollywood's Gentrification of the Drug War

Hollywood's Gentrification of the Drug War

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Maria Hinojosa speaks with Bernardo Ruiz, a Mexican-American filmmaker, about why few movies about the U.S.-Mexico Drug War have been directed by Latino directors.