In his dynamic and powerful directorial debut, Diego Corsini analyzes the wounds that opened among Argentinians after a military coup; deep wounds that time has been unable to heal. This gripping thriller, centered on denunciation, spans three timelines and focuses on a son’s quest to unearth his father’s activist history, laying bare tragic family secrets. The film features an outstanding cast of Spanish-Argentinian talent, including Miguel Ángel Solá, Chino Darín, Silvia Abascal, the seasoned Charo López, and the captivating Carla Quevedo.
The degenerative brain disease of his father that leaves his memories locked in a recent past, compels Mario to investigate. He then finds out that his father was an Argentine activist who fled from the coup in 1976, leaving behind his great love: Diana, Mario’s mother.