The Official Story

1985's Academy Award winner is a politically explosive and emotionally draining drama set in the tumultuous period after the Falkland's debacle. Aleandro is mesmerizing as a comfortably middle-class woman who is determined to find out the truth about "los desaparecidos," the many people who disappeared during the military dictatorship.

Year: 1985
Genre: Foreign Language Films, Latin America Cinema, True Stories, Best of the 1980s, Movies (1001 You Must See Before You Die)
Country: Argentina
Director: Luis Puenzo
Starring: Norma Aleandro, Hector Alterio, Analia Castro
Duration: 113 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence.
Location in store: Foreign (Latin America)



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