The plot of eight in ten, Sergio Umansky, reflects murders, police corruption, violence against women, exploitation of the employer to the worker, marginalization of class, injustice in immigration, human rights and drug trafficking.
Aurelio and Citlali meet each other in a small hotel of Mexico City during the darkest days of theirs lives. He just buried his son, murdered in broad daylight. She had to abandon her daughter with her violent father. The state has become a criminal enterprise and are of no help to neither of them. Their quest for justice soon transforms into the need for revenge. Little by little, love grows and a pact is forged between them: to help each other and take justice into their own hands.
The director, producer and actress of the film are guests of this year’s Stockfish festival so there will be special Q&A screenings of the film.
Festivals: The film won the “Best Actor” and “Best Actress” awards at the Guadalajara International Film Festival as well as the Press Award for Best Film at the same festival.