Historias cotidianas (H) is a moving film due to the humble and stripped tone with which it shows us photos and stories that evoke faces, names, affections and dreams of those who are no longer. The disappeared suddenly appears before us: it is someone with a face, with desires, illusions, and recognizable gestures. In the film the disappeared come alive in the memories of the children and thus appear through their eyes. And the more human and recognizable they become, the more dimensions the crime perpetrated presents. The work analyzes the way in which the film also shows us the ways in which these children of the disappeared were rearmando their daily life around that painful absence, and could do something with it.
[marron]Keywords:[/marron] Photo | Children | Disappeared | Film