It is the story of a family that was torn apart by a war, which split up the brothers and placed them on opposite sides. The end of the armed conflict allowed the family members to return to an impoverished country. As they attempt to overcome the memories of war wounds, of the deaths that burden their recollections, of the guilt and the mutual hatred, they are confronted by a disintegrating social fabric that continues to drive them apart. The Rivera family shows how division, religious manipulation, male chauvinism and poverty are part of what the war left behind in Nicaragua.
A tribal woman from Tarahumara seeks justice for the death of her son.
Regie: Mercedes Moncada Rodríguez
103 min, 35 mm, Farbe, span. OF mit engl. UT