6 July 2020 | marcusfrommars
The dialog is somehow close to how people in such areas commonly use (with a few exaggerations regarding nationalism and missing the all-too-common swagger), and the story itself has some basis on what's been happening ever since the drug war started. The problem is the sub-par acting of the main characters. Hats off to Dindo Arroyo and Mon Confiado, who were the only ones who lived up to the their characters, with a few other uncredited bit players.
If you're going to watch this, focus on the story and not on the acting.