Sicario: Day Of The Soldado Full Movie Download Mp4
a5c7b9f00b The drug war on the U.S.-Mexico border has escalated as the cartels have begun trafficking terrorists across the US border. To fight the war, federal agent Matt Graver re-teams with the mercurial Alejandro.
Francois Truffaut's assertion that there is "no such thing as an anti-war film" has been getting a lot of traction in recent years, and if you're inclined to agree with it, then I think it's safe to extend the statement to America's protracted, relentlessly immortalized war on drugs. I certainly had it in the back of my mind while watching the first Sicario, though Denis Villeneuve's oppressively bleak and plodding (in a good way, I'd say) handle on that film's action sequences do as much to deglamorize the business of DEA raids and cartel violence as I suppose one can. There is no up in these films, which is the main thing Stefano Sollima's sequel has in common with its predecessor; as the action fades, the players once again look around at each other, wondering what any of it was for.
This is particularly emphasized in Soldado, which opens with the uncomfortably timely image of Mexican migrants crossing the Texas border and being surrounded by border patrol officers. (There are allusions to a POTUS with varying opinions on the goings-on south of the border, which convinces me more than ever that post-2016, you cannot refer to the American president without first assuring us which one you are referring to.) One of the migrants breaks off from the group, mutters an "Allahu Akbar" and blows himself up. Afterwards, we see a horrifying scene