BLACK IS BELTZA II: AINHOA
Ainhoa grew up in Cuba and visits the Basque Country, her father's homeland, in 1988. There she meets Josune and her friends who are members of the Basque resistance movement. The journey from Pamplona to Beirut and Kabul and back to Marseille via Diyarbakır reveals political incrimination in drug trafficking at a time when the Cold War is dying down. Director Muguruza, whose legendary ska-punk band Kortatu also appears in the film, has succeeded in creating an animated political thriller, an entertaining lesson in left-wing history and a captivating plea for feminist empowerment.