I thought the document that we watched in class which tells about the story of the hundreds of kidnapped, raped and murdered young women in Juarez, Mexico was extremely thought provoking. I thought that the way the document was film was straightforward and it brought out this sort of â€śtruthâ€? that we wouldnâ€™t have otherwise notice if we were to read the stories from the newspaper, articles or to hear it on the news. In the document, I was exceptionally surprise to find out that the cops were also involved in some of the violence. It just goes to show how corrupted their law system is and it is a logical explanation to why the kidnap is still continuing. The personal interviews on the family and on one of the women who had experienced the brutality from the cops first handed were particularly productive. I felt that it played a big attribution to giving the women who were being kidnap a voice and to help further the document argue on how important it is to give these woman and their families their human rights. On the whole, the way the document investigated each womenâ€™s story was respectable and modest. Films such as this have the potential to making a difference in the way people view a particular story because it certainly have changed the way I view and helped me to better understand the stories of the women in Juarez.