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This documentary exposes the events of Ayotzinapa, Mexico; in which fourty-three students were disapeared by the government.
October 2, 1968 in Mexico City. There's only ten days for the Olympic Games and a small student's revolt has turned into a major political turmoil. A meeting will be carry out that day in Tlatelolco (the largest housing complex in the city) and the situation is extremely tense. (imdb)
Luz is in jail, accused of murdering her own children. Her husband and her mother-in-law say she killed them in cold blood. Dr. Rebollar tries to help the woman, but she refuses to remember anything. Luz thinks of jail as purgatory: it's only one step to reach Heaven. (imdb)
Pedro (Humberto Zurita) commands an guerrilla group. In a failed attack on a senior government official, the rebels abduct Pablo (Manuel Ojeda), who is Pedro's former party colleague. The guerrillas are besieged in a safe house and have to deliberate on the fate of Pablo. (imdb)