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A Mexican man is deported from the United States and returns to his village, where he gets involved in the drug trade.
A master at sustaining his characters' likability even under grotesque circumstances, Estrada maintains an absurdist irony throughout.
While the storytelling in El Narco is quite strong on the surface, what impressed me the most was Estrada's ability to weave social commentary into the film.
The film flips quickly from funny and slow to extreme violence, but in the end it's plenty entertaining.
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