Clandestine Childhood (Infancia Clandestina) by Benjamin Ávila (Argentina, 2012, 110 min.). After years of exile, Juan, 12, and his family come back to Argentina under fake identities to fight against the Military Junta that rules the country. The threat of their capture is constant. However, Juan's daily life is also full of warmth and humor, and he integrates quickly into his new environment. Based on the director’s personal experience comes a film about militancy, undercover life, and love. “An intimate, richly tactile and impressionistic picture...,” The New York Times. In Spanish with English subtitles.
10:30 am - 12:20 pm
Remis Auditorium, 161
- $7MFA members, seniors, and students
- $8Nonmembers Ticket Purchase Required
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