Illustration for MAXIM Magazine, Mexican edition. The mexican film 'Herod's Law' 20 years after its commercial premiere in cinemas.
Herod's Law (original Spanish title La ley de Herodes) is a 1999 Mexican satirical black comedy political film; it's a political satire of corruption in Mexico and the long-ruling PRI party (notably the first Mexican film to criticize the PRI explicitly by name and carried some controversy and interference from the Mexican government because of it).The film won the Ariel Award for Best Picture from the Mexican Academy of Film. It was also awarded the Special Jury Prize in Latin American Cinema at the Sundance Film Festival.
Portrait of Gabriel Rojo de la Vega, illustration for his leading article, in march issue