A woman on a train with children. A dictatorship. 35 years. The control. And the exile. That’s the first image they left me with.
Paraguay. One of the countries which are not on our radar when it comes to cinema. Like Lesotho, which was propelled into international awareness thanks to Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese’s excellent and simply stunning film This is not a burial, it’s a resurrection (2019). But, as I always tell myself, just because a country isn’t on my personal radar doesn’t mean . . .
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