Carlos Cárdenas, Héctor Gálvez
Santiago de Lucanamarca, a remote farming community in the Peruvian Andes, is shaken by the presence of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. They have come to open the tombs of the 69 people who died in the massacre of April 3, 1983. Twenty years later there is a chance to close old wounds, but distrust can also be felt in the streets of the town. Aren't we all Peruvians? asks one of the people affected. The history of Lucanamarca shows us how elusive justice can be.


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