Oct 8, 2013
Co-presented by the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and the FJJMA. All films are in Spanish with English subtitles and are presented in conjunction with Libertad de Expresión.
Clandestine Childhood (2011, directed by Benjamín Ávila, Argentina), 110 min.
In 1979 Argentina, exiled 12-year-old Juan and his family return to Argentina under fake identities.
Although his parents and uncle fight against the Military Junta that rules the country, Juan’s daily life also is full of warmth and humor, and he quickly and easily integrates into his new environment. Juan follows all of his parents’ rules until one day he is told that they need to leave immediately with no explanation. This is a story about militancy, living undercover and love.
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Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art
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