Reportero: Filmmaker Interview with Bernardo Ruiz

Bernardo Ruiz discusses making 'Reportero,' a documentary about Tijuana journalists risking everything to report on narco trafficking and political corruption.

Reportero: Filmmaker Interview with Bernardo Ruiz

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