FILM CLUB: ARGENTINA. CLANDESTINE CHILDHOOD
In Spanish with English subtitles.
Free admission. Space is limited.
Argentina / Spain / Brazil, 2012, 110 min.
Director: Benjamín Ávila
Clandestine Childhood (2012) Argentine drama film directed from Benjamín Ávila.
Clandestine Childhood, a historical film set in the Cold War time period in Argentina also referred to as the Dirty War. The main characters in the film are a married couple of Montoneros living in Cuba, and their two children. With the help of their "Uncle Beto" they forge new identities and return to the country to take part in the counter offensive movement. The film is narrated from the point of view of Juan, one of their children.
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