Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for reporters, with only Afghanistan and Syria being considered more dangerous. Over 100 journalists have been killed in Mexico since 2000, and death threats have become all too common. But for Dulcina Parra, the danger is just part of the job.
Parra is a radio journalist who chases stories of corruption, crime syndicates, and the notorious drug cartels in Mexico. She has been threatened, abducted, and narrowly escaped execution while pursuing her work. Despite the dangers, she remains steadfast in her efforts, pushing forward with her investigative work and fearlessly chasing her stories. And in her latest project, she’s writing about a group of mothers who are searching for the bodies of their missing children. But as Parra digs deeper into the story, she risks putting herself in even greater danger. Don’t miss the gripping documentary about Dulcina Parra’s fearless work in one of the most dangerous places on earth for journalists.