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The possible sale of the Churubusco studios and IMCINE has brought a backlash from the arts community.
Oddly enough, it was former Imcine Director Eduardo Amerena who attempted to prohibit the nationwide release of "La Ley de Herodes" because he said it could destabilize the country during an upcoming election year.
In addition, IMCINE found itself plagued with a number of unfortunate irregularities.
For example, the government-affiliated Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografia (IMCINE) canceled the screening of the movie Ley de Herodes in Mexico City because the film, set in the 1940s, openly portrayed corruption within the PRI.