Silence of others, directed by Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar, has been recognized as the best documentary in issue 33 of the Goya Awards. The movie shows the fight captured by the long-term generalists of General Franco, who continue to seek justice until today.
After filming over six years, the movie follows the victims and survivors of Franco's system as they organize what is known as the "Argentine rebellion" and go to & Disposal of "default of default" on the offenses committed. The document was awarded in Forqué and won the Audience Award for a Best Document Document in Berlinale.
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