La historia oficial (1985)

»History is the memory of the peoples«

Domestic idyl gradually falls apart as the past haunts a family life built on lies. A teacher/mother grapples with insecurities, guilt, and fear when intertwined conflicts surface at work and at home.

»I always believed what anyone told me«

Engaging, complex, and important family drama with frightening connections to politics and business. In my book.

»What do you care about truth? It’s not your problem.«

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