Directed by Ryan Suffern
From Executive Producer Steven Spielberg comes an inspiring documentary that sheds light on a forgotten massacre during Guatemala's civil war. Nearly 30 years later, a forensic scientist and prosecutor help bring justice to those responsible... by finding the missing boy named Oscar, a boy who survived the massacre's horror — only to be raised by one of the soldiers who killed his family.
From Executive Producer Steven Spielberg comes an inspiring documentary that sheds light on a forgotten massacre during Guatemala's civil war.
Cast: Kate Doyle, Scott Greathead, Fredy Peccerelli, Sebastian Rotella
How to describe this... beautiful, haunting, heartwarming, horrific....I went through so many emotions watching this documentary. I work with many people from Guatemala but didn’t realize the extent of the horror that some of their families went through. I feel this shows the strength, determination, and ability of people to rise up and tell the world about what has been done to them, without breaking or bowing to threats or obstacles. A must-see.
The Western world, who idolise Reagan and other Politicians need to see this horrific yet touching documentary depicting crimes against humanity. Crimes funded for gain and profit. I’m still wiping my tears and I do not believe I will be able to sleep tonight.
A great documentary and happy to know there were survivors and some justice is finally being served.
Excellent movie. The crimes committed by the Guatemalan Army were not only backed by the Guatemalan Government but also had the backing of the U.S. Government. Everyone should watch this movie.
excellent movie, unbelievable what man can do to his fellow man.